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Spirituality In Nature: Judaism

  • Teaneck Creek Conservancy 20 Puffin Way Teaneck (map)

Join Teaneck Creek Conservancy as we discover the connection between the Jewish Faith and Nature with our own beekeeper, Rabbi Daniel Senter.

Daniel Senter: Rabbi / Renaissance Man

Born in North Bergen, New Jersey, Rabbi Daniel Senter descends from a prominent Rabbinic family with roots in New Jersey that began at the turn of the century. Following the family tradition he spent many years studying in Yeshiva and was ordained as a Rabbi shortly after he graduated college. Rabbi Senter has always been fascinated by the world around him and how things work. He considers himself a bit of a Renaissance Man. Some of his areas of expertise include clock making, automobile restoration, life-guarding, Magician, Torah Scroll Restoration, Emergency Medical technician, Foraging, Beekeeping, Beer Brewing and Homesteading. He always has been involved in community work. He served on the board of a Yeshiva in North Jersey, and was a member of the Greenway Advisory Board and the Historic Preservation Committee of the Township of Teaneck. As an Emergency Medical Technician, he has served as President of Teaneck Volunteer Ambulance Corps and the Chief of The Bogota First Aid Squad, Rabbi Senter resides in Teaneck, New Jersey and Woodridge, NY with his wife, 5 children, 4 goats, 2 donkeys, his pony, a dozen chickens and a few million bees.

Earlier Event: November 6
Wellness Wednesday
Later Event: November 13
Wellness Wednesday