Rabbi Nina Beiber Feinstein

Lecturer in Rabbinic Studies
nina.bieber-feinstein [at] aju.edu
(310) 476-9777
Photograph of Nina Bieber Feinstein
Education

Rabbinic Ordination, Jewish Theological Seminary of America, 1986
M.A., Talmud and Rabbinic Literature, Jewish Theological Seminary of America, 1980
B.A., Near Eastern and Jewish Studies, Brandeis University, 1977 

Rabbi Nina Bieber Feinstein is a Lecturer of Practical Rabbinics in the Ziegler School of Rabbinic Studies. She is a teacher in the Florence Melton Adult Mini-School in the San Fernando Valley and the leader and creator of the N'Shama Minyan at Valley Beth Shalom.

Rabbi Bieber Feinstein served as Associate Rabbi at Beit T'Shuvah where, in addition to her many duties, she wrote the Friday night prayerbook which is still in use.   She has lectured in the Miller Introduction to Judaism Program and administered an Introduction to Judaism program at Valley Beth Shalom called the "Keruv Outreach Center."  Rabbi Bieber Feinstein was the founding Hillel Director at the University of California at Riverside.  Her very first rabbinical post was as the inaugural chaplain at the Jewish Home for the Aged in Dallas, Texas.