The Honey Fellows
Meet the Honey Fellows — forty-six dynamic, inspiring Israeli spiritual entrepreneurs, some of whom call themselves rabbis — all of whom are the change agents for a new Jewish future. These are leaders who represent the great tapestry of Israeli Jewish expression. Leaders for whom the Honey Foundation has committed to funding up to one-third of a full-time salary, allowing them to more fully embed themselves in the transformational work of Jewish community building.
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New Generation of Traditional-Israeli-Mizrachi
Meet the Honey Fellows — forty-six dynamic, inspiring Israeli spiritual entrepreneurs, some of whom call themselves rabbis — all of whom are the change agents for a new Jewish future. These are leaders who represent the great tapestry of Israeli Jewish expression. Leaders for whom the Honey Foundation has committed to funding up to one-third of a full-time salary, allowing them to more fully embed themselves in the transformational work of Jewish community building.
Elie Aizner

Kehilat Bonim Kehila
Tzur Hadassah

Dvir Alexander

Kehilat Hiburin (Connections)
Hatzor Haglilit

Shaked Alexander

Kehilat Hiburin (Connections)
Hatzor Haglilit

Rabba Tamar Elad Appelbaum

Kehilat Zion
Jerusalem

Rabbi Nir Barkin

Kehilat Yozma
Modiin

Rabbi Chaya Rowen Baker

Kehilat Ramot Zion
Jerusalem

Rabbi Iris Yaffa Bondi

Kehilat Beit Israel
Jerusalem

Rabbi Galit Cohen-Kedem

Kehilat Kodesh Ve’Chol
Holon

Rabba Naomi Efrat

Kehilat Pardes
Pardes Chana

Rabbi Mijael Even-David

Kehilat Eshel Avraham
Be’er Sheva

Rabbi Leora Ezrachi-Vered

Kehilat Nigun Halev
Kibbutz Gvat

Rabbanit Carmit Feintuch

Kehilat Ilana De-chayei
Jerusalem

Hadas and Shahar Fisher-Sabato

The Home for Spirit-loving Young Adults in Jerusalem

Rabbi Yosef Baruch Fromer

Kehilat Magen Avraham
Omer

Rabbi Gustavo Gryncwajg

HaKehila Masoratit BeRa’anana Amitai
Ra’anana

Eliana HaCohen

Yakar Tel Aviv

Rabbi Arie Hasit

70 Faces
Mazkeret Batya

Rabbi Tzipi Huri

Alon

Orly Kenneth

Im Hateva- The Urban Eco Oasis in Gan Yavne

Rabbi Alona Nir Keren

Kamatz Mevaseret Tzion

Rabbi Naama Dafni Kellen

Or Hadash Reform Congregation
Haifa

Rabbi Gregory Kotler

Kehilat Shirath HaGan
Ramat Gan

Rabbi Dalia Tibon Lagziel

Kehilat Hashachar
Even Yehuda

Rabba Nathalie Lastreger

HaMinyan Mishpachti Masorti
Kfar V’radim

Rabbi Shira Levine

Kibbutz Hanaton
Hanaton

Dr. Ariel Levinson

The Jerusalem Secular Yeshiva
Jerusalem

Rabbi Oded Mazor

Kehilat Kol Haneshama
Jerusalem

Rabbi Nava B. Meiersdorf

The Egalitarian Minyan of Ein Karem
Jerusalem

Rabbi Yerach Meiersdorf

The Egalitarian Minyan of Ein Karem
Jerusalem

Rabbanit Shira Marili Mirvis

Shirat HaTamar
Efrat

Rabbi Tamir Nir

Kehilat Achva BaKerem
Jerusalem

Ariel Pollak

Kehilat Sinai

Tel Aviv

Rabbi Amirit Rosen & Rabbi David Goodman

Kehilat Moreshet Avraham
Jerusalem

Avia Sandak

HaYeshiva HaMizrahit
Jerusalem

Rabbi Rinat Sefania

Kehilat Shoham
Shoham

Rabba Anat Sharbat

Kehilat Shalom Alechem
Tel Aviv

Mor Shimonie

Kehilat BINA
Tel Aviv

Nofar Simpson

Kehilat BINA Haifa
Haifa

Rabbi Yair Tobias

Kehilat Yama
Jordan Valley

Rabbi David Arias Weil

Kehilat Moriah
Haifa

Rabbi Elisha Wolfin

Kehilat Ve’ahavta
Zichron Ya’akov

Michal Zamir

Kehilat BINA
Be’er Sheva

Rabbi Or Zohar

Spirit of the Galilee

Misgav Regional Council