Celebrating 20+ Years!

     

    An egalitarian traditional congregation affiliated with the Conservative Movement

Rabbi Lindsey Healey-Pollack was ordained at the Jewish Theological Seminary in 2018, where she also received with a Master of Arts degree in Talmud and Rabbinic Literature.  Rabbi Lindsey grew up in Houston, Texas and spent five years of her childhood living in Cairo, Egypt. She developed her passion for Jewish living and learning as an undergraduate at Scripps College in Claremont, CA, where she studied anthropology and philosophy.  She continued to deepen her Jewish learning and involvement after moving to New York to pursue an M.A. in Museum Studies from NYU.


Rabbi Healey-Pollack was inspired to go to rabbinical school by a love of Jewish learning and the richness of a tradition that values inquiry, questions, and discussion.  She is excited to share this spirit of curiosity with others and to create an accessible path to the Jewish tradition and community for all who seek it.

Through her years as a rabbinical student, Rabbi Lindsey has taught and served diverse Jewish populations of all ages.  She has served as the rabbinic intern at Congregation Shaare Zedek in Manhattan and at the United Synagogue of Hoboken, and spent two years as the High Holiday rabbi for Anshei Chesed: The Conservative Synagogue of Cape Cod.  She also completed a chaplaincy internship at DOROT, working with older adults in Manhattan. Rabbi Lindsey is passionate about creating meaningful and participatory Jewish learning experiences for adults, and has taught a monthly study group for new parents at Park Avenue Synagogue as well as several sessions at the Limmud NY 2018 conference.

Rabbi Lindsey, her husband David, and their 2 children are excited to be part of the Kol HaNeshamah community and to explore northern New Jersey!

Your can reach Rabbi Healey-Pollack at rabbi@khnj.org

or during her office hours,  Mondays 10 am -12 pm at the KH office at St. Paul's.

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    A CONSERVATIVE JEWISH SYNAGOGUE IN BERGEN  COUNTY