Rabbi Moshe Scheiner
Rabbi Moshe E. Scheiner was born and raised in Brooklyn. He holds a Masters degree of Talmudic studies and Jewish philosophy from the Rabbinical College of America. He completed a two year internship at the Rabbinical College of Australia and New Zealand, and returned to New York to receive his rabbinic ordination at the United Lubavitcher Yeshiva.
He has lectured to communities in Australia, New Zealand, Taiwan, Singapore, Colombia and other communities throughout South America and the United States. In 1994 he became the founding Rabbi of the Palm Beach Synagogue. He also founded the Ethel & Eugene Joffe Maimonides Leadership Institute for post Bar and Bat Mitzvah students. Rabbi Scheiner resides in Palm Beach with his Rebbetzin, Dinie and their six children.
Rebbetzin Dinie Scheiner
Dinie Scheiner was born and raised in Brooklyn, New York, and graduated from Beth Rivkah Seminary. Before moving to Florida with her husband, she taught in early childhood programs in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, English studies to elementary school children in New York City, and spent summers teaching in the former Soviet Union (Moscow, Kiev and Riga). She is Director of the Nechamkin Hebrew School at PBS. As Director, she is responsible for the development and implementation of the School’s curriculum and programming; supervision of the teaching staff; as well as teaching classes. She worked with her husband in establishing the Synagogue and is actively involved in all aspects of the Synagogue’s programs and events, especially the Women’s, Singles and Youth Events, and teaches regularly scheduled classes to women.
Born and raised in South Africa, Ms. Dworcan has been involved in education and leadership training for close to a decade. While pursuing her medical career, she co-founded Jnetic, an organization focused on education and awareness of genetic diseases. She lives in Palm Beach with her husband Yossi and baby Eli and loves her involvement with the community as Program Director of the Palm Beach Synagogue.
Born and raised in Marin County, California. Rabbi Rice attended the Chabad Yeshivot in Los Angeles and New York and then went on to complete a Rabbinic internship in Melbourne, Australia. While preparing for his Rabbinic ordination in Bal Harbour, FL he served the community as an apprentice Rabbi, specifically in community work, outreach and youth/teen programming. He is currently serving the Palm Beach community as Youth and Teen Rabbi.
Clara Rice was born in Milan, Italy and raised in Johannesburg, South Africa. After High School, she studied in Israel and worked in Milan, Italy, as a program director and kindergarten teacher. She also taught in Monsey, New York while working as an administrator and coordinator for the Friendship Circle, an organisation serving the special needs community, in Paramus, New Jersey. She is happily married to Rabbi Yosef Rice and they are expecting their first child in December of 2017.
Myra Gold was born and raised in Memphis, Tennessee. She attended the University of Pennsylvania and earned her MBA and MS/MIS degrees at Boston University. She has lived in Florida for 16 years and has two sons, Jack and Theo, who have both attended the Meyer Academy. Previously she was the Israel at 65 coordinator for the Jewish Federation of Palm Beach County and has served on the Executive Board of the JCC of the Greater Palm Beaches. She traveled to Israel for the first time Palm Beach Synagogue's JWRP group in 2016.