This Miami Beach Synagogue Is About To Make History

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Temple Beth Sholom will make history in June when Gayle Pomerantz starts as the senior rabbi at the massive Miami Beach synagogue.

-Pomerantz has been a rabbi there for 23 years and is a familiar face to the South Florida community.

-But now, she will become a historical figure as the first woman to lead one of Miami’s largest synagogues.

-And from what we could tell, she plans on being an active leader.

Pomerantz has helped the longtime senior rabbi Gary Glickstein double the size of the congregation over the past 20 years. 

-Now, there are nearly 4,000 members of the synagogue.

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