Courses by instructor: Rabbi Camille Angel
Rabbi Camille Shira Angel is an award winning innovative, Jewish educator and lifelong student. She received her BA in Philosophy from UCLA, her double MA in Jewish Education and Hebrew Letters from Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion. Angel is the 9th generation in her family to become a rabbi, the second generation Reform. She served as spiritual leader of San Francisco’s Congregation Sha’ar Zahav from 2000-2015 and Associate Rabbi of Congregation Rodeph Sholom on the Upper West Side from 1995-2000. Rabbi Angel has written widely on creative liturgy, women and aging, social justice with a focus on LGBTQ ideas and concerns. Her work has been published in Siddur Sha'ar Zahav, the Journal of Psychology and Judaism, Walt Disney/Ideal Books, and most recently from CCAR Press, The Sacred Encounter: Judaism and Sexuality.
Outrage, War, and Economics: Heschel and Social Justice (San Francisco-JCC)
When I marched in Selma, I felt like my legs were praying. —Rabbi Abraham Joshua Heschel Spiritual Leader. Scholar. Philosopher. Social Activist. 80 years ago, a young Abraham Joshua Heschel was appointed by Martin Buber ...