mrt 2015 officersPHOTO: Zach Gilstein, Holmdel, was recently installed as the new President of Monmouth Reform Temple in Tinton Falls. He is pictured (center) with former MRT President Jay Wiesenfeld, Lincroft, (left) and MRT Rabbi Marc Kline (right).

Tinton Falls: The Monmouth Reform Temple (MRT) in Tinton Falls has announced a changing of the guard. On Sunday, May 3, at the MRT annual meeting Zach Gilstein, Holmdel, was installed as President along with new officers and a Board of Trustees. Mr. Gilstein takes the gavel from Jay Wiesenfeld, Lincroft, who completed two years of service as President.


Monmouth Reform Temple is an inclusive community where creativity and openness to new ideas harmonize with the traditions of Reform Judaism. The temple seeks to inspire every member’s spiritual journey through prayer, learning, social action, and socialization. It builds communities of enduring relationships that nourish commitment to each other and to Judaism. The Temple has approximately 325 families from townships throughout Monmouth County and is led by Rabbi Marc Kline and Cantor Gabrielle Clissold.