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Rabbis, Married, and Millennials August 16, 2019
We talk to Sarah Krinsky and Daniel Novik, two rabbis – both 28 --who are married to each other. We asked them about the role of religion and spirituality in the lives of their generational peers, and how they feel they can best serve young people and others who may not feel comfortable in traditional Jewish institutions. The couple discuss the importance of listening and honoring the choices of Jews less connected to Judaism than they.

Sarah Krinsky, assistant rabbi at Adas Israel Congregation in Washington, D.C.
Daniel Novick, assistant director of The George Washington University's Hillel