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Sunday, November 10 • 2:30pm - 3:15pm
Female Rabbis: Agents of Change/Preservers of Tradition

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Female Rabbis generally live the paradox of being agents of change whose job is to teach an unchanging text. They are expected to preserve an ancient tradition which sometimes feels like it has not room for their own female perspective. This panel of five path-breaking female Rabbis: Reform, Conservative, Reconstructionist, and the first Orthodox ordained woman to use the title Rabbi, plus the moderator who has forged her Rabbinic path non-denominationally - will share insights, experiences, and ideas for the future. With Rabbis Elyse Goldstein, Lila Kagedan, Tina Grimberg and Jennifer Gorman. Moderated by Rabbi Julia Appel.

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Tina Grimberg

Tina Grimberg grew up in the Ukrainian city of Kiev.  She moved to North America with her family when she was sixteen, and immediately became involved in the Jewish community of Indianapolis.  She received her rabbinic ordination from Hebrew Union College - Jewish Institute of Religions... Read More →
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Elyse Goldstein

Rabbi Elyse Goldstein founded City Shul (www.cityshul.com), downtown Toronto's Reform congregation, in 2011 after 20 years as Rabbinic Director of Kolel. She is the volunteer and founding Rabbi of Adat Israel: Asociacion Judía Reformista de Guatemala and has officiated at over 30... Read More →
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Lila Kagedan

Rabbi Lila Kagedan is a dual Canadian and American citizen, the first Orthodox woman to adopt the title of rabbi. Rabbi Kagedanholds degrees and certificates from Midreshet Lindenbaum, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, The University of Toronto, Harvard University, The Medstar Washington... Read More →
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Julia Appel

Rabbi Julia Appel currently serves as the Senior Jewish Educator and Campus Rabbi for Hillel at the University of Toronto. A frequent contributor to the CJN, Rabbi Appel serves on the Executive of the Toronto Board of Rabbis. Her fields of interest are young adult outreach, institutional... Read More →


Sunday November 10, 2019 2:30pm - 3:15pm
P105
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