RABBI EVAN HOFFMAN has served as the rabbi of Congregation Anshe Sholom in New Rochelle, New York, since 2012. He previously served as assistant rabbi of Park East Synagogue in Manhattan. A summa cum laude graduate of Yeshiva College, he received ordination from Rabbi Isaac Elchanan Theological Seminary and earned an MA in modern Jewish history from the Bernard Revel Graduate School. For many years, he has taught Jewish history courses at synagogues around the New York metropolitan area. Many of his lectures are available on www.yutorah.org.
Rabbi Hoffman is the author of a widely disseminated weekly essay series titled “Thoughts on the Parashah.” He is also the rabbinic editor of Talmud Israeli – Daf Yomi for Us. He is a member of the Executive Committee of the Westchester Board of Rabbis. In October 2019, Rabbi Hoffman was honored to serve as guest chaplain at the United States House of Representatives.