Our Spiritual Leadership

List of 5 members.

  • Photo of Mitchell Wohlberg

    Rabbi Mitchell Wohlberg 

    Rabbi/Dean
    Bio
  • Photo of Avraham Albrecht

    Cantor Avraham Albrecht 

    Cantor
    Bio
  • Photo of Chai Posner

    Rabbi Chai Posner 

    BT Clergy / HS & MS Judaics
    Bio
  • Photo of Eli Yoggev

    Rabbi Dr. Eli Yoggev 

    BT Clergy / HS Judaics
    Bio
  • Photo of Chaim Wecker

    Rabbi Chaim Wecker 

    Ritual Director
    Bio
Beth Tfiloh's spiritual leaders share the synagogue's mission to celebrate the joy of Judaism and embrace Jews of all levels of observance. They are all outstanding Jewish role models and provide spiritual leadership and support to the congregational families. In addition, they teach a variety of adult education classes at Beth Tfiloh and are frequently asked to speak in the community.
 
Rabbi Mitchell Wohlberg has been Beth Tfiloh's spiritual leader for the past 40 years, reflecting an unprecedented growth in the synagogue's membership and programming. Rabbi Wohlberg is known for his warmth, his humor, and his inspiring and insightful sermons, which are read by thousands over the Internet. He is the author of the books, "The Un-Haggadah: How to Keep the Conversation and Wine Flowing at Your Seder" and "Pulpit Power". Follow Rabbi Wohlberg on Facebook and Twitter and view his weekly Parsha Video.
 
Hazzan Avi Albrecht has been Beth Tfiloh's Shaliach Tzibur since 1996. Hazzan Albrecht is beloved by the Beth Tfiloh family for his personal warmth, his rich barritone voice, his musical creativity, and his inspiring spirituality. His exceptional vocal talents have earned him standing ovations by audiences in every major city in the U.S., Canada and Israel. View Hazzan Avi Albrecht's YOUTUBE Channel.

Rabbi Chai Posner has been a member of the Beth Tfiloh clergy since 2010. He has earned a reputation for being "wise beyond his years" and is involved in all aspects of synagogue life, including leading services in the BT Minyan and the Dahan Sanctuary, giving Divrei Torah, providing a rabbinic presence for life cycle events, and teaching classes for adults in our Mercaz Dahan Center.

Rabbi Dr. Eli Yoggev joined the BT clergy in 2017. In addition to sharing responsibility for all aspects of synagogue life, Rabbi Yoggev teaches in the Beth Tfiloh High School and Mercaz Dahan adult education program. He also serves as the rabbi of the Beth Jacob Hebrew School and helps lead our BT Young Professional group.
 
Rabbi Chaim Wecker, a graduate of Ner Israel Rabbinical College, is our Ritual Director and oversees daily services and yahrzeits, serves as our Torah reader and teaches Bar and Bat Mitzvah students. Rabbi Wecker joined the Beth Tfiloh clergy in 2009.

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  • Cantor Avraham Albrecht

    Hazzan Avi Albrecht has been Beth Tfiloh's Shaliach Tzibur since 1996. Hazzan Albrecht is beloved by the Beth Tfiloh family for his personal warmth, his rich barritone voice, his musical creativity, and his inspiring spirituality. His exceptional vocal talents have earned him standing ovations by audiences in every major city in the U.S., Canada and Israel. View Hazzan Avi Albrecht's YOUTUBE Channel.
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  • Rabbi Mitchell Wohlberg

    Rabbi Mitchell Wohlberg has been Beth Tfiloh's spiritual leader for the past 40 years, reflecting an unprecedented growth in the synagogue's membership and programming. Rabbi Wohlberg is known for his warmth, his humor, and his inspiring and insightful sermons, which are read by thousands over the Internet. He is the author of the books, "The Un-Haggadah: How to Keep the Conversation and Wine Flowing at Your Seder" and "Pulpit Power". Follow Rabbi Wohlberg on Facebook and Twitter and view his weekly Parsha Video.
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Beth Tfiloh Congregation
Roz & Marvin H. Weiner Family Campus | 3300 Old Court Road, Baltimore, MD 21208 | 410-486-1900 | mail@bethtfiloh.com
Celebrating the Joy of Judaism. Embracing all Jews.
One of the leading Modern Orthodox synagogues in America, with a diverse membership, and an extensive offering of religious services, classes and year-round Jewish programming for all ages.