Jen Gubitz

Jen Gubitz

Rabbi Jen Gubitz lives in Boston and pursues a rabbinate committed to elevating Jewish wisdom's capacity to speak to our human condition. Through young adult engagement, Jewish learning and pastoral care, Jen weaves ritual and lifecycle experiences full of music, poetry, honesty and humor. An Indiana Hoosier sports fan, Jen is a product of the Reform movement's summer camping system and a graduate of Indiana University's Borns Jewish Studies program. She was ordained in 2012 by Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion (NY) where she was a Tisch Rabbinical Fellow and wrote her thesis on Jewish Death Education for children. Jen's writing has appeared in the Forward, EJewishPhilanthropy, OnBeing, the Mussar Torah Commentary, the Sacred Exchange: Creating a Jewish Money Ethic, and Lilith Magazine. She loves extra dark roast cold brew and puns and lives with her husband Matan and their dog Joey in Jamaica Plain. Rabbi Gubitz has served Temple Israel of Boston and Temple Shir Tikva of Wayland, MA, and trained in chaplaincy at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center.