Release Date: August 13, 2024
ISBN: 9781632280978
eISBN: 9781632281197

Confessions of a Female Rabbi: Relevant Religion in an On-Demand World

by Rabbi Rebecca Keren Jablonski

Believe it or not, all religions evolve and change. As church and synagogue attendance is in record decline, this young female rabbi has found a way to meet families from a variety of

backgrounds in the modern world and help them connect with the traditions and practice that they crave. Rabbi Rebecca Keren Jablonski has served world-wide, bringing bespoke and

creative religious experiences to those who sought spirituality outside of institutions and denominational confines.

With disruptor brands changing the way we consume products and information, religion is also in need of a 3,000 year-old facelift, or at least a mini makeover. There is room in the pews for new leaders with innovative strategies and approaches to keep religion relevant and meaningful in today’s times. Confessions of a Female Rabbi will trace the changes in our current multi-faith landscape, hone in on what’s happening with the Jewish American community, and demonstrate through case studies how she’s been successful delivering transformations for families through the prism of religious practice and observance. These confessions will express her unique perspective, personal and collective shortcomings, and reveal her insights as a reflective and relatable spiritual facilitator.

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About the author Rabbi Rebecca Keren Jablonski

PHOTO CREDIT: Rina Gluckman Rebecca Keren Jablonski is a Rabbi and private educator. She obtained semicha from Mesifta Adas Wolkowisk in New York and graduated with honors from NYU's Tisch School of the Arts. With more than 15 years working as an on-demand one-woman synagogue, Rebecca is the new type of clergy keeping religion relevant. She works with various synagogues and families all over the world and officiates weddings, bar and...

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Books by Rabbi Rebecca Keren Jablonski

Coach—tutor same thing to me. She is THE bar mitzvah coach! She works with the kids and she works with parents.


—Michael Strahan, NFL Super Bowl Champion and American TV personality


As someone who has built a career fostering community—be it in boutique fitness, workplace transformation or listening spaces—I've witnessed firsthand what it means for people to feel like they are a part of something bigger than themselves. Rabbi Rebecca’s approach to modern religion has resonated deeply with my family and countless others. Through passion, music, and modern storytelling, she illuminates a path forward for the next  generation of Jews.


—Julie Rice, co-founder of SoulCycle & Peoplehood


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