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Rabbi Elana Rabishaw

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Rabbi Elana Rabishaw

Rabbi Elana Rabishaw completed her studies at Hebrew Union College – Jewish Institute of Religion in Los Angeles in 2022, and most recently worked as a Rabbinic Intern at Congregation Kol Ami in West Hollywood, CA before landing here in Boca Raton, at Temple Beth El. Rabbi Elana has worked at numerous synagogues throughout greater Los Angeles and as a student rabbi in Yakima, Washington. She also spent a summer working as a Chaplain Intern at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles.

Learn more about Rabbi Elana Rabishaw here.

Blogs By This Author

Counting the Omer
Week 7: Reaching Revelation | Counting the Omer with Rabbi Debra Robbins
The 49 days between Passover and Shavuot are called the Omer, and represent our journey from redemption to revelation, where we receive the gift of Torah. These days are seen as a time of spiritual preparation, reflection, and anticipation, symbolizing the journey from physical freedom to spiritual enlightenment. Each week of the Omer, you
June 4, 2024
Counting the Omer
Week 6: Answering | Counting the Omer with Rabbi Debra Robbins
The 49 days between Passover and Shavuot are called the Omer, and represent our journey from redemption to revelation, where we receive the gift of Torah. These days are seen as a time of spiritual preparation, reflection, and anticipation, symbolizing the journey from physical freedom to spiritual enlightenment. Each week of the Omer, you
May 27, 2024
Shabbat Message
The Dedication of Those Who Volunteer: Shabbat Message by Rabbi Elana Rabishaw
There’s a unique magic that fills camp on “opening day.” The air seems crisper, and the dining hall, usually bustling, is buzzing with leaders preparing in anticipation. It’s a day when our teenagers transform into superheroes, ready to welcome the campers. As I walked into the Minsky Art Center this
May 24, 2024
Counting the Omer
Week 5: Witness | Counting the Omer with Rabbi Debra Robbins
The 49 days between Passover and Shavuot are called the Omer, and represent our journey from redemption to revelation, where we receive the gift of Torah. These days are seen as a time of spiritual preparation, reflection, and anticipation, symbolizing the journey from physical freedom to spiritual enlightenment. Each week of the Omer, you
May 21, 2024
Counting the Omer
Week 4: Joy | Counting the Omer with Rabbi Debra Robbins
The 49 days between Passover and Shavuot are called the Omer, and represent our journey from redemption to revelation, where we receive the gift of Torah. These days are seen as a time of spiritual preparation, reflection, and anticipation, symbolizing the journey from physical freedom to spiritual enlightenment. Each week of the Omer, you
May 13, 2024
Counting the Omer
Week 3: Letting Go | Counting the Omer with Rabbi Debra Robbins
The 49 days between Passover and Shavuot are called the Omer, and represent our journey from redemption to revelation, where we receive the gift of Torah. These days are seen as a time of spiritual preparation, reflection, and anticipation, symbolizing the journey from physical freedom to spiritual enlightenment. Each week of the Omer, you
May 6, 2024
Counting the Omer
Week 2: Healing | Counting the Omer with Rabbi Debra Robbins
The 49 days between Passover and Shavuot are called the Omer, and represent our journey from redemption to revelation, where we receive the gift of Torah. These days are seen as a time of spiritual preparation, reflection, and anticipation, symbolizing the journey from physical freedom to spiritual enlightenment. Each week of the Omer, you
April 29, 2024
Counting the Omer
Week 1: Awakening | Counting the Omer with Rabbi Debra Robbins
The 49 days between Passover and Shavuot are called the Omer, and represent our journey from redemption to revelation, where we receive the gift of Torah. These days are seen as a time of spiritual preparation, reflection, and anticipation, symbolizing the journey from physical freedom to spiritual enlightenment. Each week of the Omer, you
April 22, 2024
Counting the Omer
New Each Day – Counting the Omer with Rabbi Debra Robbins
During the holiday of Passover, we celebrate the miracle when the Holy One redeemed us from slavery in Egypt. This is meant to be a deeply personal experience. Eating matzah and tasting the bitter herbs help us to feel as if we really crossed through the Red Sea and entered
April 17, 2024
Shabbat Message
A Change of Season: Shabbat Message by Rabbi Elana Rabishaw
In a place like Boca Raton, it is easy to forget about seasons. I seldom check the weather before getting dressed in the morning because it is usually either hot or really hot outside. But this week, I have started preparing for Passover, including the dreaded spring cleaning. It’s funny
April 12, 2024