Rabbi Frederick Reeves
Rabbi Frederick Reeves is the senior clergy of KAM Isaiah Israel Congregation in Chicago, Illinois. In addition to serving as the spiritual leader of Illinois’s oldest Jewish congregation, he is the president of the Hyde Park & Kenwood Interfaith Council and serves as a member of the board for the Chicago Area Reform Rabbi’s Association. Prior to coming to KAM Isaiah Israel, Rabbi Reeves served as the Associate Rabbi of The Temple in Atlanta, Georgia. A native of Richmond, Virginia, Rabbi Reeves has a degree in French Literature from the College of William & Mary. He earned an M.A. in Hebrew Letters and was ordained at the HUC in Cincinnati, Ohio. Rabbi Reeves has five children: Violet, Asher, Levi, Hazel, and Judah. He and his wife, Lauren, love living in the Hyde Park neighborhood of Chicago.