Rabbinic Partners

As leaders in the Jewish community, rabbis care deeply about those experiencing infertility and share Hasidah’s commitment to provide support, compassion and understanding,. The Rabbinic partnership program’s goals are to help rabbis make their communities more sensitive  and inclusive and prepare them to provide spiritual care to those experiencing fertility challenges. Hasidah educates rabbis and rabbinic students about the social, emotional and spiritual issues related to fertility challenges so they can spread awareness, provide support and connect people to additional resources.

Some of the Rabbinic Partners have experiences of their own dealing with infertility and are available to provide support for those looking for someone who has “been there.” Whether they have personal experience or not,  all of the Rabbinic Partners want to be supportive and have resources to help community members in need.

Information about rabbinic training programs and other resources for rabbis are available on the For Clergy page

Rabbi AnonymousCalifornia
Rabbi Ruth AdarCoffee Shop Rabbi, San Leandro, CA
Rabbi Julie Pelc AdlerChicago, IL
Rabbi Marci Bellows Temple Bnai Torah, Wantagh, NY
Rabbi Mark BloomTemple Beth Abraham, Oakland, CA
Rabbi David BoothKol Emeth, Palo Alto, CA
Rabbi Barnett BricknerTemple Israel of Alameda, Alameda, CA
Rabbi Mari ChernowTemple Chai, Phoenix, AZ
Rabbi Steven ChesterTemple Sinai, Oakland, CA
Rabbi Amy CohenTemple Beth Shalom, Austin, TX
Rabbi Yonatan CohenCongregation Beth Israel, Berkeley, CA
Rabbi Menachem CreditorCongregation Netivot Shalom, Berkeley, CA
Rabbi Aderet DruckerCongregation B'nai Shalom, Walnut Creek, CA
Rabbi Dan FellmanTemple Society of Concord
Rabbi Natan FennerBay Area Healing Center, San Francisco, CA
Rabbi Josh FentonBerkeley, CA
Rabbi Dan GoldblattBeth Chaim, Danville, CA
Rabbi Marvin GoodmanNorthern California Board of Rabbis
Rabbi Jodie GordonHevreh of Southen Berkshire, Great Barrington, MA
Rabbi Sarah GraffKol Emeth, Palo Alto, CA
Rabbi Laurie GreenCongregation Bet Mishpachah, Washington, DC
Rabbi Nicki GreningerTemple Isaiah, Lafayette, CA
Rabbi Sarah HronskyTemple Beth Hillel, Valley Village, CA
Rabbi Yoel KahnCongregation Beth El, Berkeley, CA
Rabbi Marc Katz Beth Elohim, Brooklyn, NY
Rabbi Rick KellnerCongregation Beth Tikvah, Columbus, OH
Rabbi Justin KerberSt. Louis, MO
Rabbi Paul KipnesCongregation Or Ami, Calabasas, CA
Rabbi Rachel KobrinAduth Jeshurun, Elkins Park, PA
Rabbi Riqi KosovskeBeit Ahavah, Northhampton, MA
Rabbi Elliot KuklaBay Area Healing Center, San Francisco, CA
Rabbi Michael LatzShir Tikvah Congregation, Minneapolis,, MN
Rabbi Sari LauferCongregation Rodeph Sholom, New York, NY
Rabbi Mitchell LevineAgudas Achim, Columbus, OH
Rabbi Chai LevyCongregation Kol Shofar, Tiburon, CA
Rabbi Jane LitmanCoastside Jewish Community, Half Moon Bay, CA
Rabbi Sharon MarsTemple Israel, Columbus, OH
Rabbi Jacqueline Mates-MuchinTemple Sinai, Oakland, CA
Rabbi Laurie MatzkinKol Emeth, Palo Alto, CA
Rabbi Sara Mason-BarkinPenninsula Temple Beth El
Rabbi Alissa MillerTemple Isaiah, Lafayette, CA
Rabbi Elana PerryTemple Sinai, Atlanta, GA
Rabbi Laurie PhillipsBeineinu, New York, NY
Rabbi Dorothy RichmanBerkeley, CA
Rabbi Ted RiterBeth Israel Congregation, Jackson, MS
Rabbi SaraLeya SchleyBerkeley, CA
Rabbi Lawrence SernovitzTemple Emanuel, Cherry Hill, NJ
Rabbi Jon SommerBay Area Healing Center, San Francisco, CA
Rabbi Samuel SpectorTemple Judea, Tarzana,, CA
Rabbi Ellie SteinmanTemple Beth Hillel, Valley Village, CA
Rabbi Rebekah SternCongregation Beth El, Berkeley, CA
Maharat Victoria SuttonCongregation Beth Israel, Berkeley, CA
Rabbi Eric WeissBay Area Healing Center, San Francisco, CA
Rabbi Cantor Allison WissotTemple Judea, Tarzana,, CA
Rabbi Jessica Zimmerman Graf Congregation Sherith Israel, San Francisco, CA
Rabbi Misha ZinkowTemple Israel, Columbus, OH

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