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Our Clergy



Rabbi Mario Rojzman is the Senior Rabbi at Beth Torah. He was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina in 1962.  In 1985, he graduated from the Hebrew University in Jerusalem with a Bachelor of Arts in Jewish Philosophy and Education.  In 1987, he received his Rabbinical Ordination from the Latin American Rabbinical Seminar in Buenos Aires.  In 1988, Rabbi Rojzman graduated Cum Laude from the Hebrew University in Jerusalem with a Master’s degree in Education.  In 2015 Rabbi Rojzman received an Honorary Doctorate from The Jewish Theological Seminary of America, commemorating his over 25 years of serving the Conservative Movement.



Rabbi Ed Farber is the Rabbi Emeritus of Beth Torah Benny Rok Campus. He has been with our synagogue since 1995 and has been in the Rabbinate for more than 35 years. Growing up in Miami where he was active in the United Synagogue Youth movement, he was ordained as a Rabbi by the Jewish Theological Seminary of America and served as the Rabbi of Temple Samu-El Or Olom in South Dade before coming to Beth Torah. In 2003, he was presented with an Honorary Doctorate by the Jewish Theological Seminary for his 25 years of service in the Rabbinate.



Argentinean-born Cantor Gastón Bogomolni is a versatile, soulful, and energetic edu-tainer and performer. Prior to his arrival to the US in 2002, Cantor Gastón worked and organized multiple Jewish events in the Dominican Republic, Europe, and South America. Cantor Gastón’s embracing of Ashkenazic, Sephardic, Neo-Hassidic, Renewal, Latin and Folk background allow him to create a unique spiritual experience when davening at shul.

Cantor Bogomolni is also the head of the B’nai Mitzvah program, which also includes our popular program “J2M”, which stands for Journey to Mitzvot.