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Mark significant moments
Ritualize a new beginning, find meaning in a significant end. Judaism reminds us to celebrate life and honor loss; we dance at weddings and gather with mourners after the death of a loved one. We also go through other big changes: we move to new cities, begin or end relationships, change careers, achieve milestones, or shift family structures.
Your rabbi can help you create a customized ritual to honor an important transition.
Develop spiritual practice
- Engage in text study
- Deepen your understanding of prayer
- Learn chanting or meditation practices
Your rabbi can guide you to discover spiritual practices, try out unfamiliar Jewish rituals, and find meaning in traditional ones.
Receive spiritual direction
- Uncover forgiveness within yourself
- Explore your relationship with the Divine
- Find joy and gratitude in the everyday
- Wrestle with the questions of the Torah
- Explore your Jewish identity
Your rabbi can provide you with spiritual nurturing and guidance, wherever you are on the journey.
Who is this for?
Whether you were born or raised Jewish, matrilineal or patrilineal, of a mixed Jewish background, of another religion and wanting to learn more, the partner of someone Jewish.... If you want to deepen your Jewish knowledge, our rabbis are here to guide you.
How Does it Work?
1. Choose a rabbi you'd like to meet with from the list below.
2. Click on the link below their profile to book a meeting.
3. You will receive a Zoom link for the meeting date.
4. When it's time to meet, click on the Zoom link and connect. It's that simple!
Rabbi Connect one-hour consultation: $72.00. You will receive a payment link after your meeting.
Rabbi Kami Knapp
Rabbi Kami Knapp graduated from the Reconstructionist Rabbinical College in June 2017. She received her MA at the School of Oriental and African Studies in London, where she wrote her dissertation on the political implications of the emigration of Ethiopian Jews to Israel. After grad school Kami returned to her native Seattle where she worked as a discharge planner at a local mental health hospital. Kami has worked at the Washington State Holocaust Education Resource Center, as Education Director at Temple B’nai Abraham, as the Rabbinic Intern for Temple University Hillel and Arcadia University, and student rabbi for Woodstock Jewish Congregation. Kami completed a Clinical Pastoral Education unit at Harborview Medical Center in Seattle, WA, where she specialized in spiritual care with mental health patients. Rabbi Kami specializes in incorporating feminism into ritual, ritualizing mental health journey and care, and designing creative ritual founded upon traditional practice, prayer, and language.
Book a meeting with Rabbi Kami
Rabbi Nathan Martin
Rabbi Nathan Martin currently serves as the Associate Rabbi at Congregation Beth Israel in Media, PA. Rabbi Nathan has had a long-time interest in creating relevant ritual with people from all walks of life. In addition to an active practice of interfaith wedding officiating, he also has supported couples and families to mark moments along their life cycle, from creative baby naming rituals, to out-of-the-box bar and bat mitzvah (rites of passage), to end of life. When appropriate Rabbi Nathan also likes to integrate wisdom from his past training in mindfulness practice, niggun, song, and environmental leadership into his work as well. He lives in the Philadelphia area and is blessed with a loving partner and two children.
Book a meeting with Rabbi Nathan
Rabbi Fredi Cooper
Rabbi Cooper came to the rabbinate after years of work in the secular world as a professor, school director, and family therapist. She brought all of this past experience with her to the rabbinate and she has been privileged to serve as a congregational rabbi, a consultant, and for over ten years a professor at the Reconstructionist Rabbinical College, mentoring and teaching students.
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