Rabbi Herbert Yoskowitz, Rabbi Emeritus
RABBI HERBERT YOSKOWITZ came to the Metropolitan Detroit area in 1994 and served as Rabbi of Beth Achim until 1998. In 1998 he served as a Rabbi of Adat Shalom, becoming Rabbi Emeritus in January 2018. Rabbi Yoskowitz received an Honorary Doctor of Divinity Degree, a master’s degree in Hebrew Literature, and Rabbinic Ordination from The Jewish Theological Seminary of America. At the University of Florida Graduate School, he received a United States Public Health Fellowship and a Master of Arts Degree in Clinical Psychology. Through the Bush Foundation Leadership Program, he was appointed a Visiting Fellow at The University of Minnesota Bioethics Center. The author of numerous articles and book reviews, Rabbi Yoskowitz has served on the editorial board of Conservative Judaism Magazine and in the National UJA Rabbinic Cabinet. He and his wife, Rachel, are the parents of Marc & Mimi, Jeremy & Lisa, and Lisa & Michael, and are the proud grandparents of Caleb, Jordyn, Noa, Benjamin, David, Jonah and Maddie.