Rabbi Judy received her Rabbinic ordination in 2014 from the Jewish Spiritual Leaders Institute in New York, NY.
Rabbi Judy is available to create meaningful and spiritual life cycle events and worship experiences tailored just for you.
Specializing in weddings, healing services, pastoral care, funerals and unveilings, Rabbi Judy is available to travel anywhere for your life cycle event.
Rabbi Judy is perhaps best known for her music and work as a cantorial soloist and professional singer for over 30 years. She has produced a number of award-winning recordings of Jewish music for families and was commissioned by the URJ (Union for Reform Judaism) to write a preschool music curriculum titled My Jewish World. She has sung and conducted Jewish worship services all over the world. Of course, her beautiful, uplifting voice can be a part of everything she does. For more about Judy's music, please visit www.judymusic.com
After many years of study, Judy received her Rabbinic ordination in 2014. She specializes in creating and conducting life cycle events that are personal, meaningful and spiritual. She is available to conduct worship services, B'nai Mitzvah training and services, weddings (including interfaith and LGBTQ marriages), baby namings, funerals and unveilings.
Pastoral care is a large part of Rabbi Judy's work as she visits the sick and comforts family members. She is a certified Prepare-Enrich Facilitator helping couples make the most of their dating, engagements and marriages. She serves as a faculty member for JSLI (Jewish Spiritual Leaders Institute) teaching classes on Jewish views on abortion, adoption and infertility and is a member of the Union of Jewish Universalist Communities (UJUC).
Rabbi Judy currently serves Congregation B'nai Israel in Monroe, LA as their part-time Rabbi. Although Rabbi Judy lives in Louisiana, she is available to travel anywhere to meet your needs. She has conducted Shabbat services in Mumbai, Kolkata and Sri Lanka and recently officiated at destination weddings in Mexico and Florida.
Since returning from her second trip to India, Rabbi Judy is available to speak to your community about her amazing travels to Jewish India concentrating on the long history of the Jews in India and why today there are less then 4500 Jews living in all of India. Please contact her if you are interested in learning more.