Rabbi Ariella Rosen & Rabbi Uri Allen
Rabbi Uri Allen is a guitar playing, Abba of three who loves cooking, traveling around the country to see his favorite band Phish and learning Torah. His passions in the rabbinate are in educating and teaching learners of all ages, working with young families like his own, and using music to add contour and depth to Jewish rituals and life. He currently serves Congregation Beth Mordecai in Perth Amboy NJ. Rabbi Allen received Rabbinic ordination from the Ziegler School of Rabbinic Studies along with an MA in Rabbinic Studies from American Jewish University, an MA from Tel Aviv University in Jewish Thought in partnership with The Melamdim Teacher Training Program of the Hartman Institute, and he is a graduate of the University of Maryland with a BA in Jewish Studies. He lives in Roslyn New York with his wife Sari and three children Doron (7), Aderet (5) and Yedidyah (4).
Rabbi Ariella Rosen lives in Toronto, Canada, and is the Senior Jewish Educator for the University of Toronto, York University, and Ryerson University. Ordained by the Jewish Theological Seminary in 2015, she has worked as a rabbi in a variety of settings, including congregations, educational institutions, and summer camps (her favorite).
Dwelling (From a Safe Distance) in God's House
11:00 PM Eastern
8:00 PM Pacific
An exploration of the daily practice of saying Psalm 27 in the age of Coronavirus. How do we intentionally enter into the season of awe in this strange period of marking time? How can we make allow this psalm to help us do the work we need to do at this time of year?