Talk by Rabbi Aaron Rozovsky
Rabbi Rozovsky's family had a small farm in Greenville, Rhode Island aptly named "Shalom Acres." In addition to being a 2008 graduate of Providence College (BA History), 2012 graduate of Central Connecticut State University (MS International Studies with a concentration in Latin America), 2017 graduate of the Cincinnati campus of the Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion (MA Hebrew Letters), and a 2018 ordainee of HUC-JIR, Rabbi Rozovsky is also a Captain in the Rhode Island Army National Guard. Currently, Rabbi Aaron is the Chaplain for the 1st Battalion, 103rd Field Artillery Regiment based out of Providence, Rhode Island. However, as of February 1st, he will become the first Jewish Chaplain in the history of the Mississippi National Guard where he will serve as the Chaplain for the 112th Military Police Battalion out of Canton, Mississippi. In his civilian life, Rabbi Rozovsky is the Director of Rabbinical Services for the Goldring/Woldenberg Institute of Southern Jewish Life based out of Jackson, Mississippi.