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Rabbi Murray Ezring  •  ext. 116

Rabbi Murray Ezring was born in Rock Island, IL; he received his bachelor’s degree in history/the teaching of social studies, with minor concentrations in psychology and Hebrew language. Following his graduation from college, Rabbi Ezring attended the Jewish Theological Seminary of America in New York City, where he earned his master of arts degree and his ordination as Rabbi. Rabbi Ezring served as Assistant Rabbi in Congregation Oheb Shalom in South Orange, NJ, and then 10 years as Rabbi at Temple Beth El, Ocean Township, NJ. Rabbi and his family then moved to Boca Raton, FL, where he served for 6 years as Rabbi of B’nai Torah Congregation. Following that, for more than 25 years, he was the Senior Rabbi at Temple Israel Charlotte, NC, before retiring in 2019. 

Knowing he could still give other congregations the benefit of his wide experience, he then undertook intensive training with the Rabbinical Assembly, joining a small cadre of Conservative rabbis who specialize in helping congregations during times of transition. He served 2 years as Interim Rabbi of Congregation Beth El of Norfolk, VA, before coming to Orlando in August 2021 to serve at Congregation Ohev Shalom. 


Cantor Allan Robuck  •  ext. 103

Cantor Allan Robuck has been the Cantor at Congregation Ohev Shalom since the fall of 1991. His primary cantorial training was with Cantor Moshe Friedler, then of congregation Rodeph Shalom in Tampa. He attended the University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music, where he received a degree in Music Education with a minor in Jazz piano performance. After teaching public school music in Ohio, Cantor Robuck relocated to Orlando and worked as a performer at Walt Disney World for 12 years. He first appeared at COS as a member of the choir. He became a member of the Cantors Assembly, the world’s largest organization of professional cantors, in 2001.

In addition to leading services, his duties at COS currently include leading the adult choir, teaching in the Religious School, and preparing students for B’nai Mitzvah. He also leads the popular “Piano Shabbat” service once each month, a complete Friday night service with the Cantor at the piano. 


Rabbi Emeritus Aaron D. Rubinger  •  ext. 118

Rabbi Aaron Rubinger grew up steeped in Conservative Judaism as the son of a rabbi, but didn’t envision following in his father’s path. After graduating from Brandeis University, he studied ancient history at UCLA, where he received an M.A., and then worked on his Ph.D. and taught at UC Berkeley. But he soon began to realize that he wanted to do much more with his life and have an even greater impact on others. He wanted, after all, to become a rabbi.

After graduating from the Jewish Theological Seminary, Rabbi Rubinger served for 8 years as rabbi of Temple Beth Abraham in Canton, MA. In 1990, Rabbi Rubinger felt it was time to take on a new challenge and became the rabbi of Congregation Ohev Shalom as Rabbi Rudolf Adler was transitioning to rabbi emeritus.

Under Rabbi Rubinger’s leadership, membership grew and congregants were inspired to learn more about Judaism and their heritage. To mark his transition to rabbi emeritus after 28 years of service, congregants honored his passionate commitment to Jewish adult education by inaugurating COS’s Rubinger Adult Learning Institute. 

As rabbi emeritus of COS, Rabbi Rubinger continues to teach, including the Discover Judaism class he has taught for decades, which has resulted in more than 300 conversions. He also continues to research and write on contemporary European anti-Semitism and anti-Zionism.

Past Clergy


Rabbi David Kay
Rabbi: 2017 – 2021
Associate Rabbi: 2004 – 2017

Rabbi Emeritus Aaron D. Rubinger
Senior Rabbi: 2004 – 2017
Rabbi: 1990 - 2004

Rabbi Emeritus Rudolph J. Adler (z”l)

Rabbi Maurice Idell (z”l)

Rabbi Samuel Mallinger (z”l)

Cantor Herzig (z”l)

Rabbi Jerome Kestenbaum (z”l)

Rabbi Morris Skop (z”l)


Sun, May 22 2022 21 Iyyar 5782