Rabbi Stacy Bergman is a dynamic and creative teacher and ceremony officiant based in Westchester, New York.
Say goodbye to boring Hebrew school classes! Rabbi Stacy believes in the power of Jewish tradition and connection to inspire and create meaning. (Imagine that – creativity, inspiration, meaning and Judaism all in the same sentence.) Whether teaching or officiating, Rabbi Stacy specializes in making Judaism creative, personal and accessible.
Rabbi Stacy brings warmth, a rich knowledge of tradition, and inclusivity to families, and students. She meet them “where they are at” (literally and figuratively) to create a meaningful experience.
Rabbi Stacy is originally from Baltimore, MD. She grew up in an Orthodox synagogue and she still recalls what her own rabbi said to her on the day she became a Bat Mitzvah. Through college at Tufts University Stacy was involved in Hillel and found her way into the Reform Movement. Both her hometown rabbi and her college rabbi serves as role models who inspire Stacy to pursue the rabbinate.
She received her Rabbinic Ordination and a Masters Degree in Hebrew Letters at Hebrew Union College (HUC-JIR) in 1998. Rabbi Stacy serves as the part-time Assistant Rabbi at Temple Shaaray Tefila in Bedford Corners, NY. She teaches yoga and mahjongg in her local community and can often be found hiking with her 2 dogs or singing Broadway show tunes with her husband and 3 children.
Rabbi Stacy enjoys connecting with others and helping them find their own personal path to engage with Judaism. She seeks to make Judaism’s ancient tradition relevant in our modern world. Rabbi Stacy seeks to create a meaningful learning experience for her students through thoughtful preparation and personal attention.
Rabbi Stacy works over Skype and Facetime.
$70 – 55 minutes, ($65 members)
$52 per student -55 minutes, 2 students ($47 members)
$42 per student -55 minutes, 3 students
$36 per student -55 minutes, 4 students