Rabbi Mann consistently demonstrates a broad and deep knowledge of Judaism, and passionately attempts to inspire in all of us a love of our religion. He embraces our community and its diversity, and serves not only as our teacher and spiritual leader, but also as a liaison between the Temple and the secular community.
Rabbi Mann performed his undergraduate studies at York University in Toronto, and attended the Ner Israel Yeshiva College and Toronto Kollel Avreichim, achieving ordination by Rabbi Gedaliah Felder, the Chief of the Toronto Beth Din.
An inspired educator and much sought after lecturer, Rabbi Mann has a strong background in medical ethics and history. He currently serves on the Ethics Committee of Rush-Copley Medical Center.
Rabbi Mann is part of a family of Rabbis. He lives here in Aurora with his spouse Beryl and his two daughters.