Rabbi Ron Isaacs

Rabbi Ron Isaacs is the Rabbi of historic Beth Judah Temple in Wildwood, where he has served since 2015. A native of Toronto, Canada, he is the Rabbi Emeritus of Temple Sholom in Bridgewater, New Jersey, where he served for 40 years.  Known as the “teaching rabbi”, he has used his creative talents in the Temple’s Religious School, Hebrew High School and award-winning adult education program. Over the years his congregation garnered more than 30 Solomon Schechter awards.
Rabbi Isaacs continues to use his musical talents to perform at J.C.C’s, nursing homes, creative healing services, music therapy and worship services. He has written more than 130 books, including his most recent called Oscar the Octopus: A Hanukkah Tale.  He has taught at the Jewish Theological Seminary’s Rabbinical School, Drew University’s School of Theology, and has served as scholar in residence and lecturer throughout the country.

He has led musical Kabbalat Shabbat services on the beach in Cape May and at the Booth Ampitheatre in North Wildwood. 

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