Jewish Sacred Aging Webinar Series: Reflections on Our Long and Winding Road is sponsoring a continuing series of live webinar discussions on issues that matter to us as we age. These webinars are being co-hosted on Zoom by Rabbi Address and his colleague, Rabbi Mark Howard Levin of Overland, Kansas.

You can watch previous webinar discussions here. If you are interested in learning about upcoming webinars, please email

April 17, 2024 Webinar

About the Co-Host

Rabbi Mark Howard Levin

Rabbi Mark Howard Levin is a native of Baltimore, Maryland. Graduated in 1971 from Boston University, magna cum laude with distinction in religion, Rabbi Levin received his Master of Arts in Hebrew letters from Hebrew Union College – Jewish Institute of Religion (HUC-JIR) in 1974, his Certificate in Jewish Communal Studies in 1974 (Los Angeles), and was ordained in 1976 (Cincinnati). Most recently, Rabbi Levin completed his Doctorate of Hebrew Letters through HUC-JIR in New York in May, 2001, and his honorary Doctor of Divinity in 2001 in Cincinnati. He has been the congregational Pulpit Rabbi for Congregation Beth Torah since its inception in 1988 up until his retirement from this position in June 2014. In July 2014 he accepted the position of Beth Torah’s Founding Rabbi. Rabbi Levin is the father of three children and grandfather of two grandchildren. He is married to the former Kacy Childs-Winston, the mother of Kyle and Seth Winston. Rabbi Levin serves on several local boards and writes religion columns for the Kansas City Star, and answers questions for the “Ask the Rabbi” service of the Union of Reform Judaism.

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