The Clergy Task Force on Domestic Abuse in the Jewish Community speaks publicly, develops and disseminates resources and training, and provides guidance to clergy working with families experiencing abuse. This group is comprised of clergy from every Jewish denomination, some of whom are survivors of domestic abuse. 

Rabbi Leah Citrin
Temple Beth Or, Raleigh, NC

Rabbi Howard Cohen
Shirat Hayam, Marshfield, MA

Rabbi Sean Gorman
Pride of Israel Synagogue, Toronto, ON

Rabbi Susan Grossman
Beth Shalom Congregation, Columbia, MD

Rabbi Richard Hirsh (immediate past chair) 
Main Line Reform Temple, Wynnewood, PA


Rabbi Marla R. Hornsten (co-chair)
Temple Israel, West Bloomfield, MI

Cantor Deborah Katchko-Gray
Temple Shearith Israel, Ridgefield, CT

Rabbi Donna Kirshbaum
Omer, Israel 

Rabbi Ari Lorge (co-chair)
Central Synagogue, New York, NY

Rabbi Ron Muroff
Chisuk Emuna Congregation, Harrisburg, PA

Rabbi Steven Reuben, Ph.D.
Kehillat Israel, Pacific Palisades, CA

Rabbi H. David Rose
J-Discover Gateways to Jewish Life & Learning, Potomac, MD

Rabbi David M. Rosenberg
Jewish Child and Family Services, Chicago, IL

Rabbi Susan Shankman
Washington Hebrew Congregation, Potomac, MD

Rabbi Rebecca Sirbu
CLAL - The National Jewish Center for Learning & Leadership, New York, NY

former members include:

Rabbi Richard Address
Philadelphia, PA

Rabbi Rachel Ain
New York, NY

Rabbi Amy Ruth Bolton
New York, NY

Rabbi Nina Beth Cardin
Baltimore, MD


Rabbi Mychal Copeland
Stanford, CA

Rabbi Elliot Dorff
Los Angeles, CA

Rabbi Mark Dratch
West Hempstead, NY

Cantor Deborah Jacobson
Palm Harbor, FL

Rabbi Esther Lederman
Washington, DC

Rabbi Diana Monheit
New York, NY

Rabbi Edythe Mencher, LCSW
New York, NY

Rabbi Elissa Sachs-Kohen
Baltimore, MD

Rabbi Tzvi Hersh Weinreb
Baltimore, MD

Rabbi Seth Winberg
Metro Chicago Hillel, Chicago, IL

Rabbi Irvin Wise
Cincinnati, OH