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  • Rabbi Dennis C. Sasso, who holds a Doctor of Ministry degree, has been senior rabbi of Congregation Beth-El Zedeck since 1977. A member of the 1974 RRC graduating class, Rabbi Sasso is active in numerous interfaith and civic causes. A past president of the Reconstructionist Rabbinical Association, he serves on the board of the Lake Institute for Faith and Giving, IUPUI Center on Philanthropy. He is the recipient of several Doctorate of Divinity degrees, Honoris Causa, and serves as an affiliate professor of Jewish studies at Christian Theological Seminary. A native of Panama, he writes and lectures on Sephardic and Caribbean Jewry. Rabbi Sasso and his wife, Rabbi Sandy Eisenberg Sasso, were designated Hoosier Jewish Legends by the Indiana Jewish Historical Society (2016).

The Snuggle for Survival

The Snuggle for Survival

As individuals and families, as communities and nations, we can best survive with one another and not against each other.

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