Rabbi Julie Greenberg
Rabbi Julie is a warm and wise guide with a talent for innovation while holding fast to the valuable core of tradition. She lives and works in Philadelphia with a home and counseling/consulting practice in Mt. Airy and a congregation in center city. As she develops relationships with each new individual, family or organization, she is a resource for accessing the richness of possibility, meaning and connection.
Julie is the mother of five children and a member of a large kinship tribe. Her understanding of human and organizational development comes both from hands-on parenting and family life and also from extensive professional training. As a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, she works with many individuals, couples and families in her Counseling with Soul practice and consults with faith-based and social change organizations.
Julie is a Board Member of the Jewish Multiracial Network and is on the Rabbinic Council of Jewish Voice for Peace. She is co-founder of the Jewish feminist group Achyot Or and long-time member of sister group B’not Eysh. She was a Board Member of ALEPH: Alliance for Jewish Renewal for eight years and founder of ALEPH’s Jewish Renewal Life Center which she directed for twelve years. Julie is extensively involved in social justice work on issues of race, economic dignity and education.
Julie has been involved in Jewish education at every level and has presented at many national gatherings. Her passion for teaching is reflected in her mentoring of rabbinical students as well as in her own one–room schoolhouse for children, House of Study.
Rabbi Julie draws on spiritual wisdom and on the latest teachings about organizational excellence to foster lives and communities that are happy, healthy, and effective.