Our program will be led by Rabbi Isaama Goldstein-Stoll and global Jewish musician Lior Ben-Hur.

  • Rabbi Isaama is a Reform Rabbi joining us from New Haven, Connecticut. She has served as a Rabbi and Jewish educator in a wide variety of Reform and pluralistic Jewish settings, most recently serving as the former Senior Jewish Educator at Yale Hillel. Guided by her own experiences as a JOC and her professional training Rabbi Isaama has been an impactful educator of JOC and advocate around JOC issues
  • Lior Ben-Hur is a performing artist, composer, and award-winning educator born and raised in Jerusalem, Israel.
    Since moving to the Bay Area in 2004, Lior has been working in music education, teaching and presenting engaging programs for children and adults. With a deep passion for creating new, enhanced, innovative music curricula, Lior is dedicated to using music as a tool to connect people to their faith and bring communities closer together. He has a broad span of experience in both religious and secular environments and worked professionally as a touring artist, bandleader, formal and informal music teacher, theatre score composer, and music director.
    Lior is constantly performing with his San Francisco-based band, Sol Tevél, and has released three studio albums. His first album, World Light, is a collection of faith-based songs that aims to shed new light and contemporary interpretation on old Jewish texts, ideals, and mysticism. His latest album, So I Wander, is an eclectic Reggae album released in 2017 which debuted at #14 on Billboard charts for Top Reggae Album.