Rabbi Gilah Langner has worked with nine congregations since her ordination as a rabbi in 2003, leading everything from High Holiday services to Shabbat and family services. She has served as the principal both at the Shoreshim Hebrew School and the Kehillah Chadasha Hebrew School, and as a consultant and guest teacher at Kol Ami’s Jewish Children’s Education Program.
Rabbi Gilah has also led Jewish meditation at two D.C.-area congregations and has been an adjunct professor and an instructor at three D.C.-area universities. In addition, Rabbi Gilah has led numerous adult education classes and workshops, served as a visiting chaplain both at Georgetown University Hospital and at senior residences, and co-directed the Washington Jewish Healing Network.
Rabbi Gilah, the founding publisher and co-editor of the journal Kerem: Creative Explorations in Judaism has published numerous articles and authored many prayers. She is a member of Jews United for Justice and T’ruah, the Rabbinic Call for Human Rights.
You can contact Rabbi Gilah Langner at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 202-364-3006.