Rabbi Geoffrey Huntting
The Torah has guided the lives of Jews for millennia. It is a living document, one that grows as the principles of each new generation are applied. In a certain sense, each of us also has a second Torah, the one we write ourselves and teach to our children by the choices we make. The synagogue is the mercaz ruchani, the spiritual center that provides the context in which those choices are made, and those choices will determine our future as a people.
Born and raised in Connecticut, Rabbi Geoffrey Huntting received a B.A. in Liberal Arts from Johns Hopkins University. After serving in Vietnam, Rabbi Huntting moved to California, where he received a Juris Doctor degree from Loyola Law School. Rabbi Huntting was ordained by the Hebrew Union College - Jewish Institute of Religion in June 1991, after five years of study in Jerusalem, Los Angeles, and Cincinnati. He became Rabbi at Temple Sinai in December 1993. Rabbi Huntting has been involved with the American Jewish Committee and is on the advisory board of ALSO. Rabbi Huntting and his wife, Susan, have two children who grew up at Temple Sinai, Gabriel and Rebecca. Contact Rabbi Huntting by clicking here.