Rabbi Irwin Keller

Rabbi Irwin Keller has served Congregation Ner Shalom in Sonoma County, Calif., since 2008. He is a founder and steward of the Taproot Program, supporting activists and artists to be community ritualists. He is an LGBTQ rights activist and authored Chicago’s first gay rights law, in effect since 1989. He is also a founder of the Kinsey Sicks, America’s Favorite Dragapella Beautyshop Quartet, but hung up his heels in 2014 to work for his rabbinical ordination through ALEPH Alliance for Jewish Renewal. He blogs at irwinkeller.com.


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