Pesach Stadlin is a passionate and talented rabbi, group leader, song leader, wilderness guide, experiential educator, musician, spirit guide, tree-sitter, author, certified permaculture designer, artist and community builder for the Jewish people and beyond.
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In leading ceremonies and teaching classes, Pesach synthesizes ancient wisdom and modern perspective in a way that feels compelling to people of all ages and backgrounds.
Whether helping to organize world religious leaders with Elijah Interfaith Institute, group leading around the world with American Jewish World Service, performing sacred weddings, singing to audiences of hundreds, or as part of the founding team of Eden Village Camp, Rabbi Pesach Stadlin brings a powerful and refreshing blend of wisdom, play, music, earth connection and Torah to all that he does. His charisma and global experiences allows him to thrive with groups big and small, religious and secular, young and old. His energy lights up the room and makes everyone in a group feel like they are being talked to directly.
He recieved rabbinical ordination at Yeshivat Simchat Shlomo Yeshiva in Jerusalem. Previous formal studies have been at the University of Pittsburgh, Tyler Art School, Simchat Shlomo, Sulam Yaakov, Diaspora Yeshiva and Apple Seed Permaculture. He speaks Hebrew and Spanish.
Currently he spends most of his time in Israel, and comes frequently to the US for teaching engagements and more.
Check out the amazing organizations Pesach has had the honor of working at:
Elijah Interfaith Institute
Eden Village Camp
American Jewish World Service
Teva Learning Alliance
Casa Guatemala Orphanage
Clean Air Council