Menachem Creditor (@rabbicreditor) is rabbi of Congregation Netivot Shalom in Berkeley, CA, and the founder of Rabbis Against Gun Violence. Named by Newsweek as one of the 50 most influential rabbis in America, he is a a founding Board Member of the One America Movement and a regular contributor to The Huffington Post and The Times of Israel.
A frequent speaker on Jewish Leadership and Literacy in communities around the United States and Israel, he has served as a Trustee of American Jewish World Service, Shalom Bayit, and sits on the Social Justice Commission of the International Rabbinical Assembly.
He has authored or edited fourteen books, including What Does it Mean (2017), Not By Might: Rabbis Against Gun Violence (2016), And Yet We Love: Poems (2016), Primal Prayers (2015), The Hope: American Jewish Voices in Support of Israel (2014), Peace in Our Cities (2013), and Siddur Tov LeHodot (2012). His children’s books include Rabbi Rebecca and the Thanksgiving Leftovers, Avodah: A Yom Kippur Story and A Pesach Rhyme.
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