Privacy Policy

Effective October 1, 2009

My Commitment to Your Privacy

As a recognized and ordained member of the clergy your privacy is important to me. I have been trained to keep all personal information and private conversations confidential. Thus I offer this notice to you in a clear and easy to find fashion. You can be sure that in order to protect your privacy and security the information you provide is privileged and will not be shared with any thirdĀ  party. I will use your contact information for no other purpose than to reply to your emails and return your phone calls

Our phone conversations, email correspondence and personal meetings regarding any of your needs and concerns about you, your wedding, your family and any issue that you may raise is held in strictest confidence and never shared, as you might reasonably expect from any qualified professional counselor or advisor.

A privacy notice is also a promise. It is my promise that as I become your rabbi for your wedding or any family needs all the assurances will apply in my position as an identifiable and accountable member of the Reform Rabbinate through the Central Conference of American Rabbis, the Delaware Valley Association of Reform Rabbis and the Philadelphia Board of Rabbis. If you have any other questions or concerns about my privacy policy, let’sĀ talk.