Dr. Brenda Shoshanna
#001 – Sacred Psychology Workshop Intensive
Dr Brenda Shoshanna, is a psychologist, author, speaker and long term practitioner of both Zen and Judaism. Her work focuses upon integrating the practices and principles of East and West and actualizing them in our everyday lives. She presently offers two weekly podcasts, Zen Wisdom For Your Everyday Life and Your Best Self, along with weekly audio books. She is an award winning author and has offered over five hundred talks and workshops on all aspects of personal and spiritual development and living an authentic, meaningful life. Her most recent book is Zen Play (Instructions On Becoming Fully Alive).
www.brendashoshanna.com, www.zenwisdomtoday.com, bestselfbooks.com
#004 – Wedding Workshop Intensive & #005 – Baby Blessings Workshop Intensive
Rev. Susanna Stefanachi Macomb was ordained by The New Seminary founded by Rabbi Joseph Gelberman in February 1996 and received her Masters of Divinity with All Faiths Seminary International in 2002. She is the author of two pioneering books: Joining Hands and Hearts, Interfaith, Intercultural Wedding Celebrations and Bless This Child, A Comprehensive Guide to Creating Baby Blessing Ceremonies. Rev. Susanna is considered an expert in interfaith ceremonies by news outlets around the USA. She is also a Board Member of World AWAKE, an international inter-collaborative organization of interfaith clergy, spiritual care professionals and interfaith organizations working towards world peace, serving as their Executive Director of Global Outreach and InterWorship. A Sufi initiate for more than two decades, Susanna is also an ordained Sufi cheraga in the Order of Universal Worship founded by the Hazrat Inayat Khan. As an artist, her paintings of the four angels of the kabbalah were part of her ordination ceremony at The Cathedral of St. John the Divine at Rabbi Gelberman’s request. Her paintings have also been exhibited at spiritual and cultural centers including James Chapel at Union Theological Seminary and New York Open Center.
#006 – Introduction to Prosperity Now! Workshop Intensive
Rev. John Frederick, with more than thirty years of experience, shares his true “rags-to-riches” story, through the miracle of 12-Step recovery and the use of metaphysical spiritual principles—spiritual laws that work in a practical way to heal past trauma, dissolve old ideas, and inspire new ideas and beliefs that are true and that work. A 2015 graduate of AFSI, Rev. John is a successful author, now healthy after several life-threatening illnesses, and living his dream in Paris, France. Rev. John can help you find your way to wholeness, prosperity, and success. Through the principles laid out in Prosperity Now! you can discover where your life has been, notice where it’s headed, discern where your goals and dreams lie, and make a roadmap to find your way to a new, better, more abundant and prosperous life! In keeping with his motto, Vivez Joyeaux (Live Joyously) John’s insights and techniques will give new direction to anyone who wants to live in Prosperity Now!
#007 – The Light and Joy of Rabbi Gelberman’s Teachings Workshop Intensive
Cantor Irene Failenbogen and Rev. Bill McBride have over 30 years each of ministry in faith communities. Irene began leading Jewish congregations as a Cantor over 30 years ago Bill received a Masters of Divinity from St. Francis Seminary in Milwaukee, Wisconsin and practiced pastoral ministry as a Catholic priest for 16 years. They were ordained as interfaith ministers in 2001 through the All Faiths Seminary International. Today they direct the Religious Education Program for the Interfaith Community of Long Island. In addition, Irene is the Cantor for the New Synagogue of Long Island. Both of them were students and colleagues of Rabbi Gelberman. brookvillemultifaithcampus.org
#008 – Judaism and New Thought Workshop Intensive
Rabbi Frank Tamburello, formally an Eastern Rite Orthodox priest, converted to Judaism, and was ordained by Rabbi Joseph Gelberman as a Rabbi in 2004. He holds a masters degree in Eastern Christian Studies from the John XIII Center at Fordham University, as well as certificates in Judaic Studies. Rabbi Frank presently serves the Society of Jewish Science in Manhattan as well as the Westchester Community for Humanistic
Judaism in White Plains.