Rabbi Stan Levin
Rabbi Stan Levin is a native Washingtonian with a degree in Film and Theatre from New York University. He was a documentary film maker for the US Department of Agriculture, field producer for A&E’s Biography of Larry King, and has written and produced radio and TV commercials and government public service announcements. Over the years, he has also been a nationally syndicated film critic for Tribune Broadcasting, appeared locally as the film critic on Montgomery Cable TV News, and wrote for The Washington Globe newspaper. He co-hosted the Screening Room for Montgomery Cable TV, a half-hour show covering movies available on videotape.
Rabbi Levin was ordained by the Rabbinical Seminary International by Rabbi J. Gelberman in Riverdale, New York.
Rabbi Peter Novick
Rabbi Emeritus Arnold Saltzman
Rabbi Arnold Saltzman, previously Cantor and Cantor Emeritus at Adas Israel Congregation of Washington, D.C. was ordained in 1980 at the Jewish Theological Seminary of America. In 2015 the Maryland General Assembly recognized him for 10 years of service and dedication as a rabbi in Maryland. Rabbi Saltzman has degrees from Brooklyn College, Columbia University Teachers College, and the Jewish Theological Seminary of America, including a Doctorate, honoris causa. He studied three years in the rabbinic program at the Academy for Jewish Religion in Riverdale, NY where he was ordained by Rabbi Joe Gelberman. His responsibilities include oversight for our religious services, adult and youth education, life cycle events and pastoral counseling.
Rabbi Saltzman is also a well-known cantor, serving for twenty-seven years as cantor of the Adas Israel Congregation in Washington, DC. His recordings, national broadcasts, and original symphonic compositions have won national critical acclaim. He currently is a member of the Board of Directors of the Jewish Community Relations Council, the Education Directors Council of the Jewish Federation, the American Conference of Cantors (URJ), the Cantors Assembly, and the Calvert Interfaith Council. In 2014 he was singled out for a special award for his work on behalf of Alan Gross, a former prisoner in Cuba. Rabbi Saltzman writes as a guest columnist for the Washington Jewish Week on Torah and as Music Critic. He is married to Carol Nissenson.
Cantor Caron Dale
Lox & Vodka has been the Kennedy Center’s artist in residence and the Washington Post’s Best Pick. They’ve performed for Presidential events and have been featured in Festivals around the country.
Caron joined Hevrat Shalom in 2008 and serves now as our Cantor. She infuses a wonderful mix of religious passion and music into our Shabbat Services and community events. Always count on Caron to provide a wonderful mix of spiritual, meaningful, creative and fun experiences for our congregation.
Gabbai Gene Silverman
Board of Directors
Bible Studies Liaison
Members at Large
Past Director of Education and Resident Scholar
Sadly, Darryl passed away last year. He served our congregation in an outstanding way for several years as our Director of Education and Resident Scholar. He was very well educated having had a B.A. from the University of Pittsburgh, a M.Ed. in Jewish Studies from George Washington University and advanced studies at Johns Hopkins. Darryl was well known in the greater DC area as an educator and student of Jewish Studies. He led our adult bible study classes and oversaw our religious education programming. We are now
partnering with Ingleside to continue a bible study program. May his name be for a blessing.
Administrator and Bookkeeper
Sue Tubbs is with the congregation for many years as our bookkeeper and secretary and now serves as our synagogue’s administrator. As an integral part of our congregation’s infrastructure she is always available either by email: firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone either by calling the congregation’s office number: 240.767.6518 or directly at: 301.299.2592.