Rabbi Len Muroff was ordained at the Jewish Theological Seminary in NYC 30 years ago, where he also received a Master of Arts Degree in Jewish Studies and a Bachelor of Arts Degree In Bible. He also holds a masters degree in Education from The AJU/University of Judaism and a bachelors degree in Political Science from Columbia University.
He was born in NJ and was raised in Canada.
He has served congregations in Georgia, Massachusetts and Los Angeles.
He has been a Hospice and Hospital Chaplain for fifteen years after having been a congregational rabbi for fifteen years.
He serves as the Co-Chair of the RA Health care Chaplains Affinity Group. In this capacity he has organized programs for rabbis across the country.
He is a devoted social justice advocate. He has focused on interfaith work, aiding the hungry, those suffering from AIDS, climate issues and oppressed people around the world.
He is the proud father of two adult daughters
He enjoys walking the Stairs in Santa Monica and hosting people for Dinners in his home. He is a devoted LA Dodger Fan, a weekend Bicyclist and Softball player and a grateful member of his synagogue (Ikar).