Rabbi Emily Goldberg Winer
Core Semikha, Class of 2022
Rabbi Emily Goldberg Winer is the Manager of Boston for Shalom Hartman Institute of North America and the Director of Spiritual Engagement at Congregation Beth Sholom in Providence, RI.
Her previous positions include being a rabbinic intern at the Stanton Street Shul, Congregation Beth Sholom/Talmud Torah, Columbia/Barnard Hillel, chaplain at Bedford Hills Correctional Facility, community educator at Brandeis, and coordinator at the Hebrew Home of Riverdale. She completed a unit of Clinical Pastoral Education at New York Presbyterian Hospital, the Jewish Innovation Fellowship at the 92nd Street Y, the Join for Justice Fellowship, and the rabbinic student fellowship at SHI-NA.
A Wexner Graduate Fellow and Master’s student at Yeshiva University, Emily has engaged in programs rooted in religious diversity, first among fellow Jews at the Bronfman Youth Fellowship and Drisha, and later across faiths at the Institute for Jewish-Christian Understanding, Tanenbaum, and Auburn. Emily lives in Providence, Rhode Island with her husband Jonah and their extroverted Golden Retriever named Barley.
publications and media
Beyond Skin Deep
Graduation 2022 Emily Goldberg Winer
Multimedia; Dvar Torah
Tenth Semikha Ceremony
June 16, 2022
Eight Days of Light - Day 5
#maharat10daysoftorah Pesach 2022, Day 9
Dvar Torah; Multimedia
Holidays; Video Dvar Torah
Our Complicated, Broken, and Beautiful Dreams
Awe Is Where the Light Gets In
Our Matzah, Our Selves
Enough Blessings for Each of Us
Making Ourselves Abundant