Explore the texts and themes of Pirkei Avot with Rabbi Sarah Krinsky, as part of this unique six-part series taught by alumni of the Marshall T. Meyer Rabbinic Fellowship. 

Rabbi Sarah Krinsky (MTM 2016-2018) serves as Assistant Rabbi at Adas Israel Congregation in Washington, DC, having received her ordination from the Jewish Theological Seminary in the spring of 2018, and holds a BA from Yale University. Rabbi Krinsky has served as a member of the Rabbinical Assembly’s Social Justice and Public Policy Staff, and a Legislative Assistant at the Religious Action Center of Reform Judaism. She has developed social justice programming, including community engagement opportunities, for all age groups. She is the recipient of several awards from UJA and JTS. Rabbi Krinsky is thrilled to be part of the Adas Israel community along with her husband, Rabbi Daniel Novick.