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Lifecycle Events
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Bar/Bat Mitzvah
Choosing Judaism

About Rabbi David

David Paskin, or Rabbi David as he is known, is an accomplished spiritual leader, singer/songwriter, entertainer and award-winning Jewish educator. Prior to moving to Florida David served as the rabbi and spiritual leader of Temple Beth Abraham in Canton, Massachusetts for 17 years. David has also taught and served on the administration of two Jewish day schools in Massachusetts and many religious schools.

Rabbi David is known as the Rock n'Roll Rabbi and has produced six albums of contemporary Jewish music, which are sold by major distributors of Jewish music across the country. His music is a mix of joyful, upbeat tunes and moving liturgical compositions. David’s music is used around the country in religious schools, camps, synagogues and homes. 

He is also the World Wide Reb with over a quarter million views and almost one thousand subscribers to his video Reblog on YouTube. Using social media and the web, Rabbi David has had the honor of sharing his teachings and classes to thousands of spiritual seekers around the world.

Rabbi David

"Sanctifying moments that you'll remember forever."

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Do you have a specific question that you can’t find the answer to on  Submit your question below and Rabbi David will post an answer.

Please note: is not meant to serve as a source for halachic (Jewish legal) decisions.  If you have a halachic (Jewish legal) question, please consult your local rabbi.

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