Rabbi Benjamin Sendrow

Rabbi Benjamin Sendrow joined Congregation Shaarey Tefilla in August of 2010. He was born and raised  in Philadelphia.  Rabbi’s love for his synagogue was rooted early in his childhood when he earned the Ner Tamid Award as a Boy Scout at Congregation Beth El in Cherry Hill as a result of his relationship with Rabbi Howard Kahn, alav hashalom, that led to his decision to study for the rabbinate
Rabbi Sendrow served his first pulpit in Southwest Florida for eighteen years. While there, he served two terms as treasurer for the Conservative Movement’s Rabbinical Assembly Southeast Region, and as vice-president forthe Southeast Region’s Central Council. Along with serving his congregation, he also gave back to the community as a whole. Serving  for ten years as a chaplain for the Lee County Sheriff’s Office and a member of the Ethics Committee and the Clergy Credentials Committee for Lee Memorial Health Systems modeled giving back to his entire congregation.  He was a founding board member of the Lee County Domestic Violence Council, and also founded the Chevra Kadisha of Fort Myers.



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