Rabbi Michael Ross
Wedding Officiant, Educator, Meditation Teacher in Greensboro, North Carolina
Rabbi Michael Ross is a Reconstructionist rabbi living in Greensboro, NC. He currently is the Director of Lifelong Learning at Beth David Synagogue, Greensboro, NC.
Rabbi Michael is a Jewish meditation instructor who has developed a number of meditation groups. He directed a private learning center “Hayom,” dedicated to “present-tense Judaism” for 5 years. He also directed synagogue schools in Newark Delaware, Allentown Pennsylvania, and Malvern Pennsylvania.
He is a member of the founding cohort of “Rabbis Without Borders.”
Rabbi Michael taught Gratz College courses to high school students and middle school students in both “Jewish Bible Studies,” and “Jewish Education” and “Rabbinic Texts” for six years in the Gratz’ JCHS program. He is a published curriculum writer and works as an experienced editor to rabbis fine-tuning their sermons and blog entries. He co-edited the recent children’s prayer-book, “Kol HaNo’ar: The Voice of Children.”
He is married to Rabbi Rachel Brown, the Conservative Rabbi at American Hebrew Academy. Together Rachel and Michael are busy celebrating family life with their first child, Gabriel.