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Rabbi Danny Sherbill was born and raised in Miami Beach. He 's returned to theland of his birth to offer services without walls, without boundaries. Spiritual support in trouble times
Featured in Chicago Tribune, InStyle Weddings, The Jewish Forward, Wall Street Journal and the Miami Herald , the recently retired Chief Rabbi of Temple Emanuel of Greater Miami wants to be your Rabbi. Engage Danny Sherbill for your next life event at Rentarabbi.net
Teaching seventh grade and high school for thirty years in the same community, students grew into brides and grooms. They all wanted their childhood rabbi to officiate. That's how Rabbi Sherbill came to be under the chuppah with over 500 couples. Rabbi Danny has conducted weddings in Israel, Jamaica, Mexico, Seattle, Boston, NYC, Cleveland, Atlanta, Chicago, Beverly Hills, and San Isydro as well as destination beach weddings in Cancun, Montego Bay, Laguna and Miami Beach.
After being a Rabbi for thirty years in suburban Chicago, two years as chief Rabbi at Temple Emanu-El, and creator of the Jewish Student Union which is now a national model for public high school discussion groups. Rabbi Sherbill desires to adapt his experiences as a pulpit Rabbi and Community Leader to officiating at your next life event in Miami Beach, where he was born and is now based. Wedding, tutoring, counseling, naming, even end of life are all part of Rabbi Sherbill's expertise.
Are you unaffiliated, alienated or disaffected by your spiritual options. Contact me, I want to be your Rabbi.
Rabbi Sherbill is available for funerals, private tutoring, counseling, interfaith weddings, commitment ceremonies, naming ceremonies, b'nai Mitzvah, destination Bar-Mitzvahs and other life events. Rabbi Sherbill has chaired:
- Chicago Board Of Rabbis
- Aliyah Council of Greater Chicago
- Northbrook Clergy Association
- InterReligious Affairs For American Jewish Committee
- American Zionist Movement
- Havurah Midwest
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