Jewish Chaplaincy

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The Jewish Chaplaincy, led by the Jewish Chaplain, works closely with Emory's Jewish Religious Life Affiliates, alumni, faculty, staff, and students to support the Jewish community at Emory through a progressive and pluralistic approach.

The Jewish Chaplain provides outreach and helps to organize the Jewish communities, develops leadership groups, and collaboratively plans, develops, and implements high-quality spiritual life programs including weekly gatherings, holiday observances, retreats, service and social justice projects, and fellowship events.

The Jewish Chaplain is also available for pastoral care and leadership in invocations, weddings, memorial services, vigils, and other rituals as needed. The Jewish Chaplaincy works closely with other OSRL chaplains, staff, and students on interfaith initiatives and connects the campus with local, regional, and national opportunities and resources. For more information, please contact

Jewish Chaplain: Rabbi Jordan Braunig

Campus Jewish Communities

  • Chabad at Emory - Chabad at Emory offers opportunities to pray, Shabbat meals, classes and events for Jewish students. 
  • Hillel at Emory - Hillel at Emory is a pluralistic organization that provides various opportunities for Jewish students on campus. This includes Jewish holidays and rituals, social programs, leadership, education, Tikkun Olam, and Israel programs and travel. 
  • MEOR at Emory - MEOR at Emory offers Jewish trips in North America and Israel, Maimonides Leaders Fellowship, Lunch and Learns, Shabbatons in the Atlanta community and weekly Shabbat meals for Jewish students. 

Alumni Community

  • Emory Jewish Alumni

Off Campus Jewish Communities

For a list of local Jewish centers near Emory, please click here.

Other Resources

Tam Institute for Jewish Studies