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About Rabbi Jamie Korngold

God in the Wilderness The God Upgrade Sadie and the Sukkah Breakfast

Rabbi Jamie Korngold is the author of the best-selling book God in the Wilderness (Doubleday 2008), which is now in its third printing.

Her books include:

The God Upgrade: Finding Your 21st-Century Spirituality in Judaism’s 5,000-Year-Old Tradition
(Jewish Lights, April 2011)

Sadie and the Sukkah Breakfast (Kar-Ben, July 2011)

Sadie and the Big Mountain (Kar-Ben, 2012)

Sadie and the Super Shamus (Kar-Ben, 2012)

Sadie and the Desert Passover (Kar-Ben, 2013)

Rabbi Jamie KorngoldRabbi Korngold is an ordained Reform rabbi and the founder and executive director
of the Adventure Rabbi Program, based in Boulder, Colorado. She is nationally
recognized for her innovative work combining religion and nature, as well as
for her cutting-edge use of technology.

A favorite of the media, she has been featured by Good Morning America,
National Geographic, NPR, the New York Times, Wall Street
Journal,
Ski as well as many other outlets.

Rabbi Korngold is an athlete and a scholar. She completed the Leadville Trail
100, a hundred-mile running race, in less than thirty hours and was ranked fourth
in the nation for telemark mogul skiing. She is a graduate of Cornell University’s
natural resources program and received her masters and ordination from Hebrew
Union College.

Rabbi Korngold is best known for her ability to make Judaism relevant, meaningful,
and accessible and therefore opening the doors back to Judaism for thousands
of disenfranchised Jews. Through her nature-based approach to religion, she
is able to bridge the gap between scientific thought and religion, healing a
fissure that often disrupts spiritual paths.

She lives in Boulder, Colorado, with her husband and two daughters.

Find her at:

Adventure Rabbi

Adventure Rabbi: http://www.AdventureRabbi.org/
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Blog: http://blog.AdventureRabbi.org/
Twitter: http://twitter.com/adventurerabbi

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    Watch Rabbi Jamie Korngold discuss Part II of the King Soopers Chronicles, where she teaches during the falling snow. After the reorganization of a local shopping store, everything was confusing. Much like having dementia. Watch how Rabbi Korngold's experience was turned from a difficult, confusing store visit into something that made her feel a welcome […]
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    Watch Rabbi Jamie Korngold discuss Part I of the King Soopers Chronicles. Shabbat is a predictable moment in time, every week. It's a palace in time, rather than a place. In this video, Rabbi Korngold discusses the effect that disorganization has on people in the most unlikely of places - the King Soopers shopping center.View Part II of the King Soopers […]
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    Happy Chanukah! I've recorded a video for you with Happy Chanukah greetings:View video here >>Warmly, Rabbi Jamie Korngold Adventure Rabbi Need a one-page guide to the Chanukah blessings for the Menorah? Click Here >> Looking for a unique Chanukah gift? Consider donating $180 to our Parchment Torah project so your friends or loved one can wr […]
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    I don’t remember who asked the question. It was so long about, maybe 10 years ago? I do remember the question. I do remember that it was a golden day in early autumn.  The leaves were shimmering and shaking and the sun softly warmed our backs as we sat on the rocks overlooking Boulder.Some congregants and I are were on a Shabbat Hike, as is the minhag in our […]
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    Many people have been asking me if they should bring their kids to Kol Nidre. Yes. No. Maybe. Let me explain.My daughter Sadie has been coming to Kol Nidre since she was 5. She has always been enchanted by the decorum of the evening. I've seen many kids like her who sit rapt, listening intently. Even if they don't quite understand what is being sai […]
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