Rabbi Rachel Gurevitz

Rachel Gurevitz is the Senior Rabbi of Congregation B'nai Shalom, Westborough, MA. In her congregation she is helping individuals to nourish and deepen their own path to positive Jewish living. Her passions include working on interfaith interaction and cooperation, music, chant, and meditation, and Jewish mysticism. Rachel was ordained at Hebrew Union College where she completed the rabbinic studies she began at Leo Baeck College, London. Prior to this, she received her B.S. and Ph.D. degrees from University College, London, researching, consulting and publishing on environmental and sustainable development education from a multi-disciplinary perspective.


Articles by Rabbi Rachel Gurevitz

Your Burning Bush Moment

But God won’t take no for an answer...

Connecting…

Discussing where technology and AI (artificial intelligence) can aid knowledge and where it can harm human understanding

Living a Judaism That Is Outside the Box but Inside the Experience

There might be underlying principles that would have some determining factor on whether we felt like we belonged in a particular group or context

Jewish Rituals for All

Why would a non-Jew want to go to the mikveh?

Why?

Responding to the winds of change around us rather than simply being buffeted by them

Intersectionality and the Limits of Ideology

The limitations of the teacher I encountered as a young student don’t represent an entire segment of Jewish thinking.

Today I Am a U.S. Citizen

I arrived in the United States on a student visa in 2003.

What Artificial Intelligence Can Teach Us About Ourselves

How technological innovations impact the human condition

Why Are Seders So Slow?

(And why they don't have to be!)

If ‘Trolling’ Is A Symptom, Have We All Become Infected?

Last week, as I began my annual exploration of Jewish ethical wisdom on the use of speech, or lashon hara, I ...