Stacey Frank

Stacey is passionate about and loves individual and small group tutoring. She spent the last 5 years as Education Director at a thriving Bucks County Reconstructionist synagogue. Previously she has served as the Parent and Child Education Coordinator at a local Reform synagogue. Stacey holds a masters degree in Jewish Education from Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion. She has spent time envisioning and implementing Jewish education programs for children and their families. She taught students of all ages in religious school, developed and implemented new religious school curricula and was a B’nai Mitzvah tutor.  Stacey has also received several scholarships allowing her to travel to Israel and intensively explore the complexities of the country and its culture. She and her husband John live in New Hope, Pennsylvania with their two teenage children and their menagerie of rescued pets.

Faryn Borella

Faryn is a Jewish educator, ritual leader, curator and community organizer, working with people aged 2-72 to uncover and rediscover the radical, liberatory praxes within our inherited Jewish tradition(s) and enact them for collectively liberatory purposes in our times. She has taught in Jewish and multifaith educational programs across the Bay Area, from Hebrew Schools to graduate schools, weaving ritual practice, outdoor education, diasporic histories and counter-oppressive pedagogies. Additionally, Faryn acts as a community organizer, trainer and ritual leader within various Jewish social justice movements and interfaith coalitions. She holds a Master of Arts in Religious Leadership for Social Change from Starr King School for the Ministry at the Graduate Theological Union in Berkeley and is currently a student at the Reconstructionist Rabbinical College.

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Stephanie Breitsman

Stephanie is a Jew-by-choice, a spiritual seeker, an art hobbyist, and a casual gamer. Raised in a secular family of Christian origins, she unexpectedly found her home in the American Jewish community when she befriended her college's Hillel president in the campus garden. Stephanie is currently a rabbinical student at the Reconstructionist Rabbinical College. She is passionate about Torah, ritual, and prayer and experimenting with ways to make them meaningful in our daily lives. She firmly believes that there is no one-size-fits-all way to be Jewish, and in her rabbinate, she hopes to help people find their own personal ways to relate to Jewish tradition and practice. Stephanie also has a Master's degree in Middle East Studies from the George Washington University, and spent the last two summers studying Hebrew at Middlebury College.