Rebecca Dubowe

Rabbi
Moses Montefiore Temple
Participe à 2 sessions
A native of Los Angeles, Rabbi Dubowe was ordained by Hebrew Union College- Jewish Institute of Religion, Cincinnati, Ohio. She holds a B.A in Jewish Studies from the American Jewish University formerly known as the University of Judaism and an M.A. in Hebrew Letters from HUC. Rabbi Dubowe has served several synagogues including Thousand Oaks, CA, Hollywood, CA and in New Brunswick, New Jersey. She is currently serving as the rabbi for the Moses Montefiore Congregation in Bloomington, Illinois.

Besides serving the rabbinate full-time, Rabbi Dubowe offers her time to the greater Jewish Deaf Community. This community has a special place in Rabbi Dubowe’s life as she is the first female Deaf Rabbi ordained in the world. In addition, she has been a Scholar in Residence at Gallaudet University, Washington, DC, Congregation Emanu- El, San Francisco and at Congregation Rodeph Shalom, NYC. Rabbi Dubowe has spoken at numerous synagogues throughout the country, written various articles and led webinars about the importance of inclusion within the Jewish community.

Sessions auxquelles Rebecca Dubowe participe

mardi 21 mars, 2017

Fuseau horaire: EDT/(GMT-05:00) Eastern Time (US & Canada)
8:15 AM
8:15 AM

Loews Atlanta Hotel - Mercer Ballroom

Worship

Shira Joseph, Congregation Shaaray Shalom (Participant.e)

Matan Koch (Participant.e)

Ben Spratt, Congregation Rodeph Sholom (Participant.e)

Edythe Mencher, Union for Reform Judaism (Participant.e)

Rebecca Dubowe, Moses Montefiore Temple (Participant.e)

Faryn Kates Rudnick, Temple Beth-El, Northbrook, IL (Participant.e)

2:30 PM
2:30 PM
Building Isaiah's Vision 1 heure 30 minutes, 2:30 PM - 4:00 PM

Loews Atlanta Hotel - Inman

Workshop

Rebecca Dubowe, Moses Montefiore Temple (Participant.e)

Shira Joseph, Congregation Shaaray Shalom (Participant.e)

Faryn Kates Rudnick, Temple Beth-El, Northbrook, IL (Participant.e)

Matan Koch (Participant.e)

Ben Spratt, Congregation Rodeph Sholom (Participant.e)

Edythe Mencher, Union for Reform Judaism (Participant.e)