Rabbi Andrue J. Kahn

Rabbi Andrue (Andy) J. Kahn (he/they) grew up in Tacoma, Washington, and has lived in New York since 2009. Prior to starting rabbinical school at Hebrew Union College–Jewish Institute of Religion, he received a BA from Kenyon College in Ohio, an MA from Queen’s University in Kingston, Ontario, and an MA from the Jewish Theological Seminary in Manhattan. He has served as associate rabbi at Congregation Emanu-El of the City of New York since 2018, where he has invigorated community members in their twenties and thirties, organized interfaith programming, and led people of all ages in deep Jewish learning geared towards spiritual development and tikkun olam. He currently resides in Brooklyn with his spouse Mia and their dog Babka. Rabbi Kahn is the editor of The Sacred Earth: Jewish Perspectives on Our Planet and has contributed to several earlier CCAR Press anthologies, including The Sacred Exchange: Creating a Jewish Money Ethic, The Mussar Torah Commentary, and Prophetic Voices: Renewing and Reimagining Haftarah
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