Board of Rabbis of Southern California

Membership Dues 2015-2016


  • Renewing Members: If any information of yours has changed in the past year, you can update it online.  
  • New Members (criteria below): Please download and complete our standard New Member FormCompleted forms may be e-mailed to, faxed to 323-872-5222, or mailed to:

Board of Rabbis of Southern California
6505 Wilshire Blvd. Ste 900
Los Angeles, CA 90048

  • Paying by Check: You don't need to fill out this form. Make your check payable to The Board of Rabbis of Southern California, and mail to the above address. Please note how much of the check is for dues, conference or annual gift.
  • Paying Here: In the dues section, enter the number of membership dues or conference fees you are paying for, not the amount shown. For an Annual Gift, do enter the amount of your gift.
  • High Holy Days Conference 2015: More information is available here.

Membership in the Board of Rabbis of Southern California requires payment of annual dues and an appropriate contribution to The Jewish Federation of Greater Los Angeles or the Federation campaign in your community.


Billing Details
Membership Dues for 2015-16
x $200.00 Congregational Rabbis in L.A.
x $100.00 Non-Congregational or Outside L.A.
x $36.00 Retired/Emeritus
x $18.00 Support for Colleagues
Add any multiple of $18 to enable membership for colleagues in need.
Additional Information

If paying the full dues amount creates a hardship, please contact President Rabbi Morley Feinstein at 310-472-1255, Membership Chair Rabbi Joshua Hoffman at 818-788-6000 x4003 or Vice President Jonathan Freund at 323-761-8601 for a confidential discussion.


Membership in the Board of Rabbis of Southern California is available to any ordained rabbi residing between San Luis Obispo and San Diego in Southern California who is a member-in-good-standing of one of the following professional rabbinic associations:

  • Central Conference of American Rabbis (Reform)
  • Rabbinical Assembly (Conservative)
  • Rabbinical Council of America (Orthodox)
  • Reconstructionist Rabbinical Association (Reconstructionist)
  • Alumni Association of the Rabbinical School of Hebrew College (pluralistic)
  • International Rabbinic Fellowship (Modern Orthodox)
  • Alumni of the Academy for Jewish Religion, CA (pluralistic)

Other local, regional, and national Rabbinic organizations approved by the Executive Committee of the Board of Rabbis Other rabbis affiliated with a seminary, university or other educational institution or organization may be admitted upon the written recommendation of three members in good standing and subject to the approval of the Executive Committee.