Rabbi Moshe Abrams
Rabbi Moshe Abrams learned in Yeshivat Kerem b'Yavneh for three years, and continued to earn a bachelor's in music from Yeshiva University. He received Semicha from Rabbi Isaac Elchanan Theological Seminary, and studied in Yeshiva University's Bernard Revel Graduate School, receiving a Master's in Talmud. Rabbi Abrams spent six years as a paraprofessional focusing on Special Education. He was a fellow in the Beren Kollel Elyon in RIETS, a Shoel u'Meshiv for YU's Mazer Yeshiva Program and a night Seder Rebbe at Yeshiva University High School for Boys (MTA). As a teacher he brings excitement and depth to the Torah he loves and teaches. Moshe enjoys hanging out with his many guitars and musical instruments, and sometimes can be found reading sci-fi/fantasy books. He lives in Lower Merion with his wife and two children.