Rabbi Amy Greenbaum

 

Rabbi Amy is passionate about Judaism and loves Beth El. She and her partner in life and work, Rabbi Alex, moved to Pittsburgh to be with Beth El in 2002. Together they have four children all present or past products of Beth El religious school. Rabbi Amy graduated from Brandeis University and received her Masters at the University of Judaism in Los Angeles. She was ordained at the Jewish Theological Seminary in New York in 1997. In addition to serving as the educational director at Beth El, Rabbi Amy serves as the spiritual leader of Beth Israel Center in Pleasant Hills.

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