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Who We Are

 

Reverend David E. FeldmanIn accordance with the All Faiths Seminary's tradition of "never
instead of, always in addition to," Rev. Dave remains
committed to his Jewish and Zen Buddhist practices,
while acting as a bridge between other faiths and a
help to those who have no religious background
or specific religious interest but who would like to pursue their own spiritual path.

He studied Torah and Kabbalah with his beloved Rabbi, Rabbi Bennett Hermann, of Temple Emanu-El of Long Beach, as a private student. He studied with his beloved Rebbe, Rabbi Joseph Gelberman, the founder of the All Faiths Seminary International, during 2008-2009, culminating in his ordination in June of 2009. He studied Torah tropes with Cantor (and opera singer) David Katz of Long Beach.

Rev. Dave has read and studied the works of Ravs. Yehuda and Michael Berg (The Way, The Power of Kabbalah and God Wears Lipstick - Kabbalah for Women), along with those of Rabbi Gelberman (Physician of the Soul), who regularly incorporated Kabbalah into his Interfaith Ministry classes.

Rev. Dave has long studied and practiced the works and lives of the Dalai Lama (The Art of Happiness, How to Practice), Thich Nhat Hanh (The Essential Thich Nhat Hanh; Be Here, Where You Are) and Steve Hagen (Buddhism Plain and Simple).

Rev. Dave's creative work includes writing on related topics (Pilgrimage from Darkness, Nuremberg to Jerusalem, Univ. Press of Miss., '04), spiritual films including What Does It All Mean - A Spiritual Documentary, and Long Beach NY Wants You ... Safe – a docu-drama he wrote and directed (produced by good friend, Liz Byrne, and the City of Long Beach), intended to prevent drowning and to promote beach safety in Long Beach, NY.

He is available for weddings, meditation, spiritual counseling, life coaching, and, most important, a kind and listening ear.

Rev. Dave has experience mentoring men who struggle with substance abuse and has attended many retreats where he learned about a spiritual approach to many modern challenges. He is also available as a grief or family counselor.

Rev. Dave is proud to be a member of the Board of Directors of the Woodward Children's Center, a school for children ages K-12 with emotional disabilities.

Rev. Dave is also an author and filmmaker. His most recent book was "Pilgrimage from Darkness, Nuremberg to Jerusalem" (Univ. Press of Miss., 2004). His recent films including the spiritual documentary "What Does It All Mean?" and the narrative feature "Let Me Out!"

 

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