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Rabbi Larry SebertRabbi Laurence Sebert
212.677.8090 ext. 23 /

Since becoming T&V’s head Rabbi in 1991, Rabbi Sebert has engaged and inspired his congregants to climb the ladder of Jewish commitment. He inspires through his warm personality and non-judgmental style as well as the power of his intellect and his creative approach to the study and practice of modern Conservative Judaism.

A rock and roll drummer, Rabbi Sebert is beloved by the community as someone who never takes himself too seriously, but takes people very seriously. He has the rare capacity to make each person feel special and validated, and to help and inspire them to find their own way to a more committed Jewish life, sometimes in small, yet important steps.


Cantor Shayna PostmanCantor Shayna Postman
212.677.8090 ext. 25 /

Cantor Shayna Postman has been Hazzan and choir director since 1998. A featured singer at Alice Tully Hall, Merkin Hall, Mann Auditorium in Israel, Carnegie Hall, and at the White House, she uses her beautiful voice to transport our members and to inspire them to sing out together in prayer in ever more active and participatory services. She directs T&V’s synagogue choir, featured at our annual concert, High Holidays and select Shabbat and Festival services.

Her passion for Jewish engagement through Jewish music extends to our Hebrew School students and even the youngest members of our synagogue community, as she teaches them the joyful melodies of our tradition while encouraging them to embrace their Jewish identities and explore their musical talents.

Check out the ‘Cantor’s Corner’, for her reflections and ritual resources that you may find helpful.

Rabbi Lindsey Healey-Pollack

Rabbi Lindsey  Healey-Pollack is the program coordinator for the CCJ. In addition to her work at the CCJ, she serves as spiritual leader of Congregation Kol HaNeshamah in Englewood, NJ. 

She received rabbinic ordination and a MA in Talmud from the Jewish Theological Seminary 

Rabbi Lindsey grew up in Houston, Texas and spent five years of her childhood living in Cairo, Egypt. She developed her passion for Jewish life and learning as an undergraduate at Scripps College in Claremont, CA. 

Rabbi Lindsey is herself an alumna of the CCJ, having studied with the program’s founder Rabbi Stephen Lerner, z”l. She is excited to share the Jewish tradition’s spirit of curiosity with others, and to serve as a guide for those who seek a connection to Judaism and the Jewish community.

Rabbi Lindsey lives in Bergen County, NJ with her husband David, who grew up going to T&V, and their two children. 

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