Rabbi Jessica Lenza
Even though the Jewish people are known as the “People of the Book,” sometimes our sacred stories can seem virtually inaccessible to us. We might read them in ritual settings such as Shabbat or holiday services. We might parody them in Purim-spiels and ask questions about them at our Passover seders. But connecting to these collective stories on a deeper, more personal level can be a challenge.
As a rabbi, overcoming this challenge is the focus of my professional life. I have dedicated my career to translating the ancient wisdom of our Jewish tradition into a message that is...Read More
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