Rabbi Rachael Miller
Rabbi Rachael Klein Miller is a right-handed, guitar playing, soccer ball juggling, rock climbing, Instagram posting, and Jewish music loving Kansas native. Ordained on the Cincinnati campus of the Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion, Rabbi Rachael joined the Temple Emanu-El community here in Atlanta in July of 2017. Rabbi Rachael is passionate about Judaism’s ability to make people feel connected to something bigger than themselves — be it God, community, culture, ritual, Israel, or something in between. Judaism provides a template for uncovering and creating meaning in this world, and Rabbi Rachael seeks to share those moments and teachings with all her students. Rabbi Rachael enthusiastically seeks innovative ways for community members to nurture their innate spirituality and has deepened her study of Hassidut, Mussar, women in Judaism, food ethics, and Israel.Rabbi Rachael loves to spend her free time cooking and exploring the city with her husband and fellow Temple Emanu-El rabbi, Max.