Join us on Monday, March 16th at 12:10pm PT for A Rabbi at Sea! In her new book, Rabbi Corinne Copnick (’15) narrates the stories of her five years of travel experiences as a guest rabbi on cruise ships. On every journey and in every country visited, she uncovered and explored Jewish life—from Hawaii to Australia, the Mediterranean, Central and South America, Mexico, Southeast Asia, and everywhere in between. Offering a global perspective, she presents a host of insights about the cultures and the people she encountered throughout her travels. A Rabbi at Sea offers a treasure trove of her reflections on history, spirituality, and humanity.
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Parking is available in UCLA Lot #2 at Westholme and Hilgard Avenues and costs $6.00 for 2 hours.
Rabbi Corinne Copnick (www.rabbicorinne.com) graduated from AJRCA as an ordained rabbi in 2015. Currently, she serves as a trained dayan and on the Board of Governors at the Sandra Caplan Community Bet Din in Los Angeles. After graduation, she initiated an independent, pluralistic house of study, Beit Kulam, which celebrates inclusion. As a rabbinic resource and consultant, as well as guest speaker, she applies artistic modalities to education about Jewish living and to innovative life cycle events. She also serves as a Guest Staff Rabbi for a quality cruise line, which has afforded her the opportunity to explore Jewish life in various parts of the world.
Her earlier career in the arts in Canada spanned national (CBC) radio, television, film, stage, and visual art. For many years, she ran a successful Writing and Editing Service, guiding many books to publication, writing a regular column for Toronto’s Jewish Tribune, and serving as Entertainment Editor of Jewish Life