- Beth Sholom Congregation (Frederick, Maryland)
In 2003, a group of members, mostly Reform Jews, split from the congregation to form a new one known as Kol Ami of Frederick. There is also a now Chabad congregation in Frederick.. There are presently 4 Jewish congregations in the Frederick area, the others being a Chabad synagogue and another in nearby Damascus.
Rabbi is Morris Kosman, a Detroit native who served the as the congregation's spiritual leader since 1961, retired and assume emeritus status in 2010. At that time, Murray Singerman became the congregation's new spiritual leader, with Kosman continuing to be a part of the congregation in a different role. Singerman resigned after just a year and a half on the job for a reason not made clear to the public.
- ^ http://books.google.com/books?id=cDiYtW3bCN4C&pg=PA184&dq=beth+sholom+frederick&as_brr=3&ie=ISO-8859-1&output=html
- ^ http://books.google.com/books?id=kNh2dUuKNR8C&pg=PA44&dq=beth+sholom+frederick&as_brr=3&ie=ISO-8859-1&output=html
- ^ a b Feiler, Alan H.. "In The Short Run: Rabbi resigns from Frederick's largest Jewish congregation" (in English). Baltimore Jewish Times: pp. 15–16.
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