Rabbi Adam Roffman is a proud Schechter alum, a graduate of Amherst College with a degree in Political Science, and Circle in the Square Theatre School with a certificate in Musical Theatre Performance. He began his rabbinic education at the Conservative Yeshiva in Jerusalem. Before coming to Dallas, Rabbi Roffman served as the Rabbinic Fellow at B’nai Jeshurun in Manhattan, where, in addition to his pulpit responsibilities, he was a teen educator, oversaw the conversion process for adults and children and taught a year-long Introduction to Judaism class.
Born in Baltimore to two extraordinary educators, Rabbi Roffman takes seriously the responsibility to educate the next generation of Jews in topics as diverse as developing a spiritual practice to integrating the arts and rabbinic texts. Rabbi Roffman graduated with a Masters in Talmud from the Jewish Theological Seminary where he was awarded the The Rabbi Max Gelb Memorial Prize in Talmud and the Israel H. Levinthal Prize in Homiletics.
Rabbi Roffman is married to Rabbi Shira Wallach. They are enjoying new parenthood with infant daughter Hannah and look forward to introducing her to the joys of dog parks, theaters, concert halls, and baseball stadiums.