Rabbi Joseph Meszler
Rabbi, Temple Sinai, Sharon, MA; Author, Witnesses to the One: the Spiritual History of the Sh'ma (Jewish Lights)

Rabbi Joseph B. Meszler is the spiritual leader of Temple Sinai of Sharon, Massachusetts and the author of several books and articles, including: Witnesses to the One: the Spiritual History of the Sh'ma (Jewish Lights, 2006), Facing Illness, Finding God: How Judaism Can Help You and Caregivers Cope When Body or Spirit Fails (Jewish Lights Publishing 2010), and A Man's Responsibility: A Jewish Guide to Being a Son, a Partner in Marriage, a Father and Community Leader (Jewish Lights, 2008).

Rabbi Meszler has lectured widely and been heard on Canadian Broadcasting Corporation radio. He previously served at Washington Hebrew Congregation in Washington, DC and as a resident chaplain in Cincinnati’s Children’s Hospital, Drake Rehabilitation Center, and the Pauline Warfield Lewis Center for Mental Health. Rabbi Meszler also taught as an instructor during the summer of 2002 at the Smithsonian Institution Resident Associates program on the DC National Mall. He was ordained at Hebrew Union College in Cincinnati in 1999.

Living in Sharon, Rabbi Meszler is married to Rabbi Julie Zupan, and they have two children.

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