Rabbi Jonathan S. Siger
Rabbi Jonathan Siger was born in Boston and raised in New York. He is an alumnus of The Portledge School and graduated from Brandeis University with honors. Rabbi Siger is also a graduate of The Second City’s Conservatory of Improvisational Theater in Chicago, where he also worked as an assistant producer.
He received his Masters Degree and later his Rabbinical Ordination from the Hebrew Union College in 2002 and is a member of the Central Conference of American Rabbis, representing the Reform movement. As a student, he served congregations and communities throughout the continental United States from North Dakota to Georgia as well as in Jerusalem, Israel.
In addition to his responsibilities as the spiritual leader of Congregation Jewish Community North, Rabbi Siger serves as the District 1 Lead Chaplain for the Harris County Sheriff’s Office and is involved with many interfaith and intercultural dialogue programs. He and his wife Jennifer Siger have two children.
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