Weddings & other lifecycles
For more than 25 years, Rabbi Angel has been accompanying people on their Jewish journeys.
Rabbi Angel speaks on a wider variety of intersecting topics including Feminism, Prayer, and the importance of incorporating ritual in our lives.
For the first time in its 164-year history, the University of San Francisco has appointed a rabbi in residence.
Rabbi in the news...
“Let me be your rabbi!” declares Camille Shira Angel, the first rabbi-in-residence at the University of San Francisco, a Jesuit Catholic institution, where she has been a longtime adjunct professor in the Swig Program in Jewish Studies and Social Justice.
Rabbi Camille Shira Angel… sat down with the Bay Area Reporter last week to discuss being a rabbi, an out lesbian, and what it means to “publicize the miracle.”
My students at the University of San Francisco are learning through Queering Religion that there is much work to be done to ensure that religious pluralism dominates our cultural conversation.
In his remarks in 2010, Obama called the Chanukah story “as simple as it is timeless. It’s a story of ancient Israel, suffering under the yoke of empire, where Jews were forbidden to practice their religion openly.”