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Be’chol Lashon Rabbinic Circle

The Be’chol Lashon Rabbinic Circle includes rabbis from all denominations and backgrounds who support the mission of Be’chol Lashon to grow and strengthen the Jewish people by advocating for a global vision of peoplehood that reflects contemporary identity.

Members of the Rabbinic Circle are committed to: 1) Welcoming individuals of all racial, ethnic and cultural backgrounds into their communities and congregations, and 2) Lending the voice of their rabbinate to our message of inclusion and a 21st century vision of global peoplehood.

Rabbis

 

Rabbi Ruth Abusch-Magder

Atlanta / Education Director, Be’chol Lashon

Rabbi Barbara Aiello

Ner Tamid del Sud (Sarasota, FL)

 

Rabbi Aaron Alexander

Congregation Adath Israel (Washington, DC)

 

Rabbi Camille Angel

University of San Francisco (San Francisco, CA)

 

Rabbi Charles Arian

Kehilat Shalom (Gaithersburg, MD)

 

Rabbi Bradley Artson

American Jewish University (Los Angeles, CA)

 

Rabbi Ethan Bair

Temple Beth Sholom (Miami, FL)

 

Rabbi Justus Baird

Shalom Hartman Institute of North America

 

Rabbi Laura Baum

Rockwern Academy (Cincinnati, OH)

 

Rabbi Marci Bellows

Congregation Beth Shalom Rodef Zedek (Chester, CT)

 

Rabbi Eve Ben-Ora

Retired

 

Rabbi Angela W. Buchdahl

Central Synagogue (New York, NY)

 

Rabbi Paul Cohen

Temple Jeremiah (Northfield, IL)

 

Rabbi Mychal Copeland

Sha’ar Zahav (San Francisco, CA)

 

Rabbi Romiel Daniel

Rego Park Jewish Center (Queens, NY)

 

Rabbi Brian Field

Religion Outside the Box (Denver, CO)

 

Rabbi Stacy Friedman

Congregation Rodef Shalom (San Rafael, CA)

 

Rabbi Gordon Fuller

My Family Rabbi

 

Rabbi Ruth Gelfarb

Congregation Har HaShem (Boulder, CO)

 

Rabbi Michael Culp Gilboa

The Footpath / Convert to Judaism Online

 

Rabbi Rosalind Glazer

Boulder, CO

 

Rabbi Isaama Goldstein-Stoll

Slifka Center for Jewish Life at Yale (New Haven, CT)

Rabbi Marvin Goodman

Jewish Community Federation (San Francisco, CA)

 

Rabbi Adam Greenwald

American Jewish University (Los Angeles, CA)

 

 

 

Rabbi Rachel Gurevitz

Congregation B’nai Shalom (Westborough, MA)

 

Rabbi Lauren Grabelle Herrmann

SAJ – Judaism that Stands for All (New York, NY)

 

Rabbi Heidi Hoover

Beth Shalom v’Emeth Reform Temple (Brooklyn, NY)

 

Rabbi Esther Hugenholtz

Agudas Achim Congregation (Coralville, IA)

 

Rabbi Micah Hyman

San Luis Obispo Hillel (San Luis Obispo, CA)

 

Rabbi Michael Adam Latz

Shir Tikvah Congregation (Minneapolis, MN)

 

Rabbi Sandra Lawson

Reconstructing Judaism

 

Rabbi Darby Leigh

Temple Kerem Shalom (Concord, MA)

 

Rabbi David Lerner

Temple Emunah (Lexington, MA)

 

Rabbi Josh Lobel

Temple B’nai Israel (Clearwater, FL)

 

Rabbi Daniel Mehlman

 

Rabbi Margot Meitner, LICSW

 

Rabbi Juan Mejía

Southwest / Latin America Consultant, Be’chol Lashon

 

 

Rabbi Rachel Mikva

Chicago Theological Seminary (Chicago, IL)

 

Rabbi Katie Mizrahi

Or Shalom Jewish Community (San Francisco, CA)

 

Rabbi Leana Moritt

Temple Beth-El of Jersey City (Jersey City, NJ)

 

Rabbi Carnie Robin Nafshi

Temple Beth Jacob (Concord, NH)

 

Rabbi Maya Resnikoff

Jewish Educator

 

Rabbi Carnie Shalom Rose

Congregation B’nai Amoona (St. Louis, MO)

Rabbi Isaiah Rothstein

The Jewish Federations of North America

 

Rabbi Ilan Schwartz

The Ohio State University Hillel (Columbus, OH)

 

Rabbi Rebecca Sirbu

Rabbis Without Borders (New York, NY)

 

Rabbi Gershom Sizomu

Uganda / Africa Consultant, Be’chol Lashon

 

Rabbi Eric Solomon

Beth Meyer Synagogue (Raleigh, NC)

 

Rabbi Theodore Stainman

Retired

 

Rabbi Adam Stein

Beth Shalom (Vancouver, BC)

 

Rabbi Alana Suskin

Pomegranate Initiative

 

Rabbi Tziona Szajman

Chaplain

Rabbi Bridget Wynne

Jewish Gateways (Albany, CA)

 

Rabbi Marina Yergin

Temple Beth-El (San Antonio, TX)

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