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Beth Naditch
Adjunct Faculty in Pastoral Care


Brandeis University
Jewish Theological Seminary


Rabbi Beth Naditch attended Brandeis as an undergraduate, and was ordained by the Jewish Theological Seminary in 1999. She concurrently earned a Masters Degree in Jewish Education from that institution.

Beth served on the faculty of the New York Board of Jewish Education’s Academy for Jewish Educators, a teacher training program for supplementary and day school teachers. She teaches Jewish text as a member of the faculty of the DeLeT/MAT program. In addition to her work with DeLeT, Rabbi Naditch teaches adults at many Boston area synagogues and institutions. She is a certified chaplain, and developed pastoral volunteer training programs for Hebrew Senior Life and Temple Beth Elohim in Wellesley, in which she teaches the art and skills of pastoral care.

Rabbi Naditch, her husband, and their three young sons live in Newton, where she offers a class at her children’s school on Jewish spiritual development for teachers.

See the Andover Newton course schedule for current course offerings.

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