Rabbi Denise L. Eger, editor of Mishkan Ga’avah, a new collection of LGBTQ prayers, poems, liturgy, and rituals, and founding rabbi of Congregation Kol Ami, West Hollywood, California, is this week’s guest on the Seekers of Meaning Podcast and television show.
You can watch Rabbi Address’s conversation with Rabbi Eger in the video player below.
You can listen to an audio podcast of the conversation in this player.
About the Guest (Read her complete bio here.)
Denise L. Eger was raised in Memphis, TN. She graduated with honors from the University of Southern California with a Bachelor’s Degree in Religion in 1982. She received her Master’s Degree from Hebrew Union College – Jewish Institute of Religion in 1985 and was ordained as Rabbi in 1988 at the New York campus of HUC. Rabbi Eger is a Sr. Rabbinic Fellow of the Shalom Hartman Institute and received her Doctor of Divinity from Hebrew Union College in 2013.
Rabbi Eger is the editor of the groundbreaking book: Mishkan Ga’avah: Where Pride Dwells: A Celebration of LGBTQ Jewish Life and Ritual. She is the co-editor of Gender & Religious Leadership: Women Rabbis, Pastors and Ministers by Lexington Press