Syracuse, NY, May 21, 2017 --(PR.com
)-- His four year involvement in educating the public about antisemitism, and his willingness to donate to the International Fellowship of Christians and Jews earned Rabbi Derrick Whitt the Patriarch Fellowship Honors.
In a letter from IFCJ Founder/President Rabbi Yechiel Eckstein, he expressed his deep appreciation and congratulating Rabbi Whitt's prayers and his support for the Fellowship's work in helping emigres wanting to come home to Israel, for suffering Jews in Israel and around the world.
Rabbi Eckstein continues to say that Whitt's "exemplary record of faithful giving" set him apart and "serves as an example and inspiration to all of us."
He had received the Partiarch Fellowship's Certificate of Recognition Monday.
About Rabbi Derrick Whitt
Rabbi Derrick Whitt leads Kehillat HaDerech YHVH, an online, nondenominational synagogue in Syracuse, NY and he is a stage actor and founding member of Lumination, an independent instrumental rock band. He is the composer, singer and bass guitarist.