Rabbi Kirzner has retired and we are in the process of searching for a new rabbi while having services conducted by a visitor rabbi and lay leaders.

Rabbi Kirzner, a native of Toronto, Canada earned his B.A. in Ancient Near Eastern Studies at the University of Toronto. He received his Master of Arts in Hebrew Letters and Rabbinic Ordination at the Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion in Cincinnati, OH.

Rabbi Kirzner served congregations in Toronto, Canada; Cincinnati, OH; St. Petersburg, FL; New Hyde Park, NY; Landstuhl, Germany and San Antonio, TX. He considers one of the highlights of his rabbinic career his time as a civilian chaplain for the U.S. Army. As a rabbi-educator, he is a dedicated teacher having taught both in Congregational settings and in Jewish Day Schools. He is currently a member of the Atlanta Rabbinical Association and Chair of the Greater Atlanta Reform Clergy.

Rabbi Kirzner is married to Dr. Bernice Kirzner who serves as the Associate Head of School at the Epstein School. They have seven children and five grandchildren.