Rabbi Bruce Dollin
Rabbi Dollin has been the rabbi at the HEA since August 1994. Before moving to Denver he served as the spiritual leader of Adath Shalom in Dover, New Jersey for eight years. Rabbi Dollin received rabbinical ordination from the Jewish Theological Seminary in 1986, receiving a master's degree in Judaica at the same time. He previously spent a year in Israel studying at Hebrew University in Jerusalem (1982-83). The rabbi holds a bachelor's degree in Judaic Literature from the University of Judaism, received in 1982, and completed his undergraduate studies in psychology at the University of Santa Clara in 1980 magna cum laude. Rabbi Dollin grew up in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
Rabbi Dollin serves on the boards of the Central Agency for Jewish Education and the Jewish Community Center. He is also an active member of the Rocky Mountain Rabbiinical Council. He and his wife, Tammy Dollin, have four children, Yonaton, Yeshai, Akiva, and Aviva.
Cantor Martin Goldstein
Cantor Martin Goldstein is a Seventh Generation Chazzan who is in his 17th year at the HEA. Cantor Goldstein began his training at age 6 with his father the late Cantor Jacob Goldstein and also sang and was tutored by many of the great Cantor's of the time including Cantor's Moshe Gantchoff and Shalom Katz. Cantor Goldstein received a Bachelors Degree in Music Performance from The Empire State College of The State University of New York and studied voice with Russel Oberlin and Adele Addison of the Metropolitan Opera. Cantor Marty has sung extensively throughout the United States and Israel with The Goldstein Family Singers and the Epstein Brothers Orchestra and has sung the National Anthem at several Colorado Rockies Games and other sporting events in the Denver Metro area. Cantor Goldstein has three Recordings available, "Generations" with his Brother Cantor Adam Goldstein, "Pirkei Avi" a Solo effort and "A night at the Opera a Day in Shul", with his sister Amy Goldstein.
Cantor Marty has three children, Shayna, Jake and Rafi.
Rabbi Salomon Gruenwald
Rabbi Salomon Gruenwald joined the HEA clergy in July 2008, shortly after his ordination from the Ziegler School of Rabbinic Studies in Los Angeles. His previous experience includes serving as the rabbinic intern at Congregation Bnai Israel in Tustin, California, and as a chaplain at UCLA Medical Center. Rabbi Gruenwald directed the Lishma Program at Camp Ramah in California for two years and taught on the faculty of Los Angeles Hebrew High for 4 years. He holds a B.A. in Social Sciences from UC Irvine, an M.A. in Cultural Anthropology from UC Santa Barbara, and an M.A. in Rabbinic Studies from the American Jewish University (formerly University of Judaism).
Rabbi Gruenwald was raised in southern California and is the son of Jewish immigrants from Peru. He and his wife, Melanie, have three children: Yaakov (Koby), Hannah, and Micah.