Beth Sholom Congregation (Frederick, Maryland)
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Rabbi Morris Kosman, a Detroit native who served the as the congregation's spiritual leader since 1961, retired and assume emeritus status in 2010. At that time, Rabbi Murray Singerman became the congregation's new spiritual leader. After a year and a half, Rabbi Singerman resigned, and Beth Sholom is now being served by a visiting rabbi from the Jewish Theological Seminary in New York under the Gladstein Fellowship program.
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