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Changes

Today I start a new chapter. I begin a new position at Temple Beth Hillel as Director of Religious Education. My work will primarily be in Temple Beth Hillel’s schools, especially the religious school and I will also have some … Continue reading

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50 lessons learned from the ‘Having it All Project’

My friend from college, BusySinceBirth, created the ‘Having it All Project‘. I participated towards the beginning and she wrote a great summary of the experience. Check it out!  

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What did you do for Passover?

It is somewhat difficult to reflect on all that transpired in the last 36 hours. There have been many other times in my life when I felt that my feet were praying, as Rabbi Abraham Joshua Heschel describes, but this … Continue reading

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CF4E Passover Reading

I am thrilled to share California Faith for Equality’s CF4E Passover Reading with you. Please share it with your family and friends AND remember to include it in your seder! Passover Seder Reading Tonight we read, “in every generation each individual … Continue reading

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Having it all

I wrote about having it all, here. Check it out! Thanks Busy Since Birth for the opportunity.

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Sh’ma Smackdown – a re-post from WRJ

This post comes from the Women of Reform Judaism’s blog on October 24 found here. by Rabbi Marla J. Feldman Much has been written in recent days about the arrest of Anat Hoffman, executive director of the Reform Movement’s Israel Religious … Continue reading

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What’s in a title?

I’ve been ruminating. Dangerous. One of my least favorite moments of rabbinic life (and honestly, there aren’t that many), is when someone called me “Rabbi Ellie”. You see, I completed nine years of schooling to receive my rabbinic ordination and … Continue reading

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