Rabbi Richard Address, D.Min.

Instructor/Adjunct in the D.Min. Program

Contact Information

school/program: Interfaith Doctor of Ministry Program
academic field: Contemporary Jewish Studies, Philosophy/Theology
campus: New York

Theological And Spiritual Foundation for Healthy Aging: How Sacred Texts provide Support and Guidance

Making Sacred Decisions as Life Ebbs: How Jewish Texts and Tradition Guide Us

New Ritual for New Life Stage

The “Art” Of Caregiving: Guidance for Today from Our Tradition

Jewish Approaches to Health and Wellness: Physical and Mental Health Through Texts and Tradition

Implications for Our Community from The Revolution in Longevity

Who and How We Pay: The Economics of Aging

Interfaith D.Min. Seminars

Creating a Personal Theology of Pastoral Care

Living Longer: Engaging a Personal Theology for the Longevity Revolution (2023)

B.A., Temple University

B.H.L., M.A.H.L., and Rabbinical Ordination from HUC-JIR, 1972

Certification in Pastoral Counseling: Post-Graduate Center for Mental Health (NYC), 1998

D.Min., HUC-JIR, 1999