Ma’asim Tovim 2015 – Rabbi Sirull

Rabbi Sirull was born and raised in South Florida. He attended the Hebrew Academy of Greater Miami and Mesivta High School on Miami Beach. Rabbi Sirull studied at the Rabbinical College of America and was ordained by the Rabbinical Seminary International. He is a member of the International Federation of Rabbis, the Atlanta Rabbinical Association, the Greater Carolina Board of Rabbis, the Coalition for the Advancement of Jewish Education, the Jewish Ministers Cantors Association, the Guild for Temple Musicians, the Jewish War Veterans, the Jewish Historical Society, and is an active member of the Rotary International. He currently serves on the Augusta Jewish Federation Board of Directors, the Augusta Country Club Board of Governors and the Richmond County Hospital Authority.

He is known as an exponent of authentic and traditional synagogue music and has appeared in programs internationally. His works include musical compositions for the Sabbath published by the Cantors Assembly. In 2014, he released his third CD, which was recorded and produced in Nashville. He is also a leading Jewish performer on YouTube and has had several viral hits.

He is the author of the book “And You Shall Teach Your Children”, and was a recipient of the Jewish Commissions Instructor of the Year award.

Rabbi Sirull is responsible for the formation of the Men’s Club in Charleston as well as the one in Augusta. He has served as scholar-in-residence and artist-in-residence at numerous Men’s Club conferences.  He enjoys playing golf, camping, fishing and motorcycling.  The rabbi’s wife Stacy, is a nurse. They have two daughters, Sara and Devorah and a son, Sidney.