Rabbi Seth Limmer

Rabbi Limmer was born in Rochester, NY, and received a B.A. cum laude in Philosophy from Cornell University. In 1999, Rabbi Limmer received a Master of Arts in Hebrew Literature from the Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion, where he was ordained a rabbi in 2000. Today, Rabbi Limmer serves as Senior Rabbi of Chicago Sinai Congregation, where he works hard to demonstrate that Judaism is strengthened when it is in close and powerful connection with its non-Jewish neighbors. Rabbi Limmer constantly works with fellow clergy and other faith institutions to come together in friendship and community on the issues and opportunities that unite human beings, regardless of their religion. Rabbi Limmer also serves in the Reform movement’s highest social justice position: he is Chair of the Justice, Peace and Civil Liberties committee of the Central Conference of American Rabbis and is Vice-Chair of the Commission on Social Action of the Union for Reform Judaism.