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Center for the Study of Jewish-Christian-Muslim Relations

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  • Whether it’s winter, spring, or anything in between, Merrimack’s beautiful campus is enjoyed by all.
    Whether it’s winter, spring, or anything in between, Merrimack’s beautiful campus is enjoyed by all.
  • The Gladys Sakowich Campus Center, the heart of campus activities.
    The Gladys Sakowich Campus Center, the heart of campus activities.
  • Mendel Center and the Moseley Wrought Iron Arch Bridge.
    Mendel Center and the Moseley Wrought Iron Arch Bridge.
  • The Collegiate Church of Christ the Teacher is the spiritual center of the Merrimack College community.
    The Collegiate Church of Christ the Teacher is the spiritual center of the Merrimack College community.
  • The resident dining hall, Sparky’s Place, offers a variety of nutritious meals for students and faculty.
    The resident dining hall, Sparky’s Place, offers a variety of nutritious meals for students and faculty.
  • Students are often seen studying in the McQuade Library, a favorite spot on campus.
    Students are often seen studying in the McQuade Library, a favorite spot on campus.
  • Aerial shot of the Academic Quad.
    Aerial shot of the Academic Quad.

Rabbi Robert Goldstein

Adjunct Professor of Religious and Theological Studies

Center for the Study of Jewish-Christian-Muslim Relations

Rabbi Robert Goldstein is recognized as one of the leading religious leaders in the Merrimack Valley. He has served Temple Emanuel of Andover since 1990, where he has helped the congregation become a vibrant, multi-generational community. While he retired as Chairman of the Center’s Board in 2010, he remains as an adjunct professor of religious and theological studies at Merrimack, he writes op-ed articles for many local publications, and he hosts the local cable access show, “Faith Matters.” In 2001, Rabbi Goldstein initiated a Muslim/Jewish dialogue which has become a model for other communities, and in June of the same year he was presented with the Tikkun Olam Award (to heal the world) by Merrimack College in honor of his many interfaith efforts. For Rabbi Goldstein’s personal web page at Temple Emanuel, Andover, please click here.