South Windsor, CT, October 20, 2016 --(PR.com
)-- Temple Beth Hillel in South Windsor is pleased to announce the return of Cantor Scott Harris. According to Temple Beth Hillel's Rabbi Jeff Glickman,"Nobody moves a room like Cantor Scott Harris. The possibility of getting him back in South Windsor motivated young and old alike. People are just thrilled to come."
Harris received his BSEE from Central New England College of Technology in 1982. He pursued an avocation in the Cantorate at The Academy of Jewish Religion and Chazzanut. Harris is a member of both the Guild of Temple Musicians and The American Society for Jewish Music.
“Many changes have brought Sharon and I to this point in our lives. I continually look to grow in the next stage of my Jewish communal commitment and work,” Harris says, “Promoting a Jewish life within the community is important to my Cantorate. Yet the synagogue cannot only be my workplace, but my congregation too…one that is there for me and my family. Jewish life and community is not only an important ingredient for my congregation, but for my home. Providing time and opportunities to help make Judaism meaningful to others is as crucial as nurturing similar meaningful connections between Sharon my wife, our son and daughter, Daniel and Sarah, and our Judaism.”
Temple Beth Hillel is a dynamic reform synagogue rooted in tradition but committed to the future. It is located on 20 Baker Lane in South Windsor. For more information call 860-282-8466 or visit their website at tbhsw.org