Rabbi Jay Siegel has envisioned being of service to the community since his calling to the rabbinate. Working to ensure his vision Rabbi Siegel received his B.A. in History from the University of Minnesota, and upon Rabbinic ordination received a M.A. in rabbinics from the American Jewish University. Rabbi Jay was Associate Rabbi at Beit T’Shuvah for several years until he finished his position there to return to school at the American Jewish University earning a Masters in Nonprofit Management.
Working as a part time rabbi for a small synagogue, Rabbi Siegel pursued his interest in nonprofit organizations through working at The Jewish Federation of Greater Los Angeles, where he impacted Jewish life through development of the community through fundraising and community building efforts.
Rabbi Siegel is passionate about developing Jewish community and helping others in their spiritual journeys. Inspiring others to the depth and breadth of the Jewish Tradition is at the core of Rabbi Siegel’s personal mission.
Most importantly, Rabbi Siegel enjoys spending quality time with his wife Leah and their family, Binyamin, Henny, Sari, Goldie, Isaac and Mima.