Rabbi Katy Z. Allen Eco-Rabbi and Chaplain
Rabbi Katy Z. Allen                                                       Eco-Rabbi and Chaplain

What people say about Rabbi Katy

My love of the outdoors is enhanced by Rabbi Katy's weaving together of nature, Jewish spirituality, and interested participants. There is communal prayer with time and space for individual prayer. An additional benefit is input from the congregation--knowledge and experience that include herbs, bees, shore birds, music, laughing yoga, life on a kibbutz. --Carol


You speak from your soul. I have no words. --Eleanor


More than anyone I know, you offer continual nourishment for the soul. --Janet


You brought the wolves to [us] when you blew the shofar, as that was one of the sounds I imagined when you put the idea in my head to really listen and see what the shofar says to you.  I had never in my life "really listened" like that.         --L.B.


It was delightful to see Rabbi Katy's unique vision translate into such a substantial, rich, enjoyable & worthwhile weekend. --Bruce


Rabbi Katy led today's contemplative hike masterfully. Her gentle suggestions, choice quotes and playful presence made room for me to quiet down, breathe deeply, and really take notice of all the wonder that is our world! --David


Today (what a day!) For about the eighth time after departing the hike area either Maria, Joan, or I have said words to that effect. The water, wind, land and sky sang in tune. --Jim


It worked... it was a healing service rather than a show-and-tell, evoking a feeling of the Holy Presence—God’s feminine aspect—the one linked to healing.  --Anonymous


Thank you for leading an amazing retreat! I’ve taken part in many retreats over the years and this one...touched my soul. I appreciated the ways in which you took the different elements and meditations and wove them together into a story that I will continue to hold onto and let guide me in the days to come. I left the retreat feeling refreshed, rejuvenated and connected to my own spirituality and the earth that G-d created. Thank you. --Laurie

Contact Rabbi Katy:

237 Old Connecticut Path
Wayland, MA, 01778

Phone: 508-358-5996

Email: rabbi@mayantikvah.org

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