adamA thought for Shabbat, is exactly as it sounds. Hopefully, something stimulating and interesting to take with you into Shabbat.

A thought for Shabbat is brought to you by Rabbi Adam Ross.

Following careers in journalism and public relations, Adam began yeshiva study and taught Jewish studies at a number of educational programs in Israel.  He Adam received semicha from the Sulam Yaakov Beit Midrash for community Leadership in Jerusalem in 2013.

Married to Anna, and with their three sons, Adam and his family moved to Leeds, England in 2015  where they directed a campus activities for Aish UK.  Now back in Jerusalem, Adam teaches English and Jewish studies in a yeshiva high school and writes regularly for Aish.com.

To get in touch with Rabbi Adam directly please see the form below.

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