Rabbi Rachel Gurevitz, Ph.D.
Rabbi Rachel Gurevitz has an interest in Jewish mysticism, with a special focus on Rabbi Nachman of Bratslav. In her work as a congregational rabbi, she seeks to bring the spiritual practices from Jewish tradition to her congregants.
She received her B.S. and Ph.D. degrees from University College, London. Rabbi Gurevitz published several papers on environmental education for children, acted as consultant to sustainable development organizations and contributed to a UK Government consultation on "Education for Sustainability." She was also one of the founding members of "The Noah Project"--the UK's first Jewish environmental group.
Rachel Gurevitz is Assistant Rabbi at Congregation B'nai Israel, Bridgeport, CT. She was ordained by Hebrew Union College where she completed the rabbinic studies she began at Leo Baeck College, London .
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