Rabbi Amy Eilberg is the first woman ordained as a Conservative rabbi by the Jewish Theological Seminary of America.  She serves as a spiritual director, peace and justice educator, and teacher of Mussar (a classical Jewish system of spiritual development).   She currently serves as Chair of the Racial Justice Subcommittee of the Conservative Movement's Social Justice Commission and as Chair of Congregation Etz Chayim's Anti-Racism Impact Team.  Her book, From Enemy to Friend: Jewish Wisdom and the Pursuit of Peace, was published by Orbis Books in March 2014. She received her Doctor of Ministry degree from United Theological Seminary of the Twin Cities in 2016.  She is a loving wife,  mother of three wonderful adult children (and their partners) and exuberant grandmother of three extraordinary grandchildren.

Seeking spiritual wisdom in the wake of pandemic and personal learning on racial injustice. 

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From Enemy to Friend:

Jewish Wisdom and the Pursuit of Peace

Her voice is gentle, wise, and modest. Yet, her moral insistence that peace is attainable shines on every page. In the end, this book is one of hope. It has the rare virtue – if only we her readers possess the openness and courage – of changing how we are in the world.

Rabbi David Ellenson, Ph.D.

Chancellor, Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion

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