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Pearl BarLev

Participates in 1 Session

Rabbi Pearl BarLev LA ‘07, is a writer, musician, lover of life, and spiritual teacher for wholeness and happiness. She is the former Jewish Chaplain and Interfaith Psychiatric Chaplain for UCLA Health, and former part-time congregational Rabbi for Santa Ynez Valley Jewish Community.  She is a board certified chaplain. 

She currently serves on the CCAR Rapid Response Team offering spiritual and emotional support to colleagues in crisis.  She is a consultant and on-call Rabbi/Chaplain at Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center and Santa Monica UCLA Hospital. She served on the editorial team for CCAR’s Mishkan Refuah, and her essay entitled “The Reform Movement’s Jewish Tent of Healing” appears in the recent CCAR book “A Life of Meaning: Embracing Reform Judaism’s Sacred Path”.

She has published an i-app entitled “Torah Soul”; was featured in PBS documentary on grief and ritual entitled “Where the Water Meets the Sky”; wrote for Jewish Federation “Launch-box Rab-byte” publication on the meaning of life;  authored a graphic poem entitled “Jewish Tradition Teaches about Shabbat” for Jewish Federation booklet “1000 Shabbats”; and was editor for “Refuah Sheleimah: Health and Healing Prayers Booklet” for UCLA Health.

Rabbi BarLev brings to her rabbinate a knowledge of and respect for Jewish and social diversities, and a passion for the hope of am echad lev echad,  “one people one heart.” She draws on the ideals of Reform Judaism and the wisdom of Jewish teachings as a path to the possibilities of peace, meaning, and healing for the individual, the Jewish community, and the interfaith community at large.

Sessions in which Pearl BarLev participates

Tuesday 20 March, 2018

Time Zone: (GMT-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada)
4:45 PM