Rabbi Rebecca Einstein Schorr

Rabbi Rebecca Einstein Schorr is a CLAL Rabbis Without Borders Fellow, a contributing author of The New Normal: Blogging Disability, and the editor of the newsletter of the Central Conference of American Rabbis. A regular contributor to Kveller.com, Rebecca's work has appeared in such places as The Christian Science Monitor and The Jewish Week, and she is a frequent guest on Huffington Post Live. Writing at her blog, This Messy Life, Rebecca finds meaning in the sacred and not-yet-sacred intersections of daily life. Connect with her on Twitter @rebeccaschorr


Changing the Plan in a Holy Way

D'Var Torah By: Rabbi Vered L. Harris

July 5, 2017
In the double portion, Matot/Mas’ei, we read how the tribes of Reuben and Gad asked Moses for permission to settle outside the Promised Land where the land was good for raising cattle. Moses is angry at their request to change direction.

How I Imbued Judaism into My Exercise Routine

Rabbi Rebecca Einstein Schorr
July 28, 2015

I am not from the athletes.

When I was a kid, people didn’t really exercise – or, if they did, I didn’t know about it.

I had a few friends who did gymnastics or played softball, but they were few and far between.

Finding Meaning in the Space Between: Reflections from a Solidarity Mission to Israel

Rabbi Rebecca Einstein Schorr
August 6, 2014

Anyone who has ever planned a trip knows that a great deal of time and effort is involved. This emergency solidarity mission took us across this country over the five days and provided opportunities to hear from a variety of experts including four Members of Knesset. And without exception, every one of these meetings was of great value.