Amy Rader

Amy Rader

Rabbi Amy Rader is executive director of the Neshamah Institue. Rabbi Rader was ordained by The Jewish Theological Seminary as a conservative rabbi and served as rabbi at B’nai Torah Congregation in Boca Raton, Florida for 11 years. In January 2011, she founded The Neshamah Institute, an independent Jewish community without walls. The Neshamah Institute’s mission is to reach out to unaffiliated Jews in South Palm Beach County and offer a fresh, personal and meaningful way to bring Judaism into their lives. Rabbi Rader is grateful to the team of musicians, teachers and volunteers who have been her partners in cultivating Neshamah into a thriving, authentic, relevant, spiritual Jewish community. Now entering our 10th year, Neshamah is a congregation of over 950 families with 250 students in our school and over 50 bnai mitzvah a year. Rabbi Rader feels blessed to be able to teach and share Jewish life with the open-minded, adventurous Jewish families in South Florida. In 2004, Rabbi Rader was awarded the Rabbi Simon Greenberg prize for Rabbinic Leadership by The Jewish Theological Seminary and has been recognized as an outstanding young leader in the South Florida Jewish community.

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Prayer of the Guest Chaplain of the U.S. House of Representatives: Rabbi Amy Rader on 14 September 2006

Contributed on: ח׳ במרחשון ה׳תש״פ (2019-11-05) by United States Congressional Record | Amy Rader |

The Opening Prayer given in the U.S. House of Representatives on 14 September 2006. . . .