Rabbi Nahum Ward-Lev founded and leads Beit Midrash of Santa Fe, a multi-faith sacred learning community. He has led workshops at retreat centers, synagogues, churches and seminaries across the United States, including Union Theological Seminary, Ghost Ranch, Santa Maria de la Vid Abbey and Stony Point Center. His teaching invites learners into an adventurous exploration that engages the body, heart and soul as well as the mind. He is an experienced spiritual director, accompanying people of many faiths. Nahum is the Scholar-in-Residence at Temple Beth Shalom in Santa Fe, NM and a Fellow of the Rabbis Without Borders Initiative.
Rabbi Nahum Ward-Lev has the rare gift of creating and holding sacred learning space. His personal presence is open, curious, accepting, and encouraging. All are equally invited to be learners and teachers. Joy Rosenberg, Educator, Temple Beth Shalom in Santa Fe
The Liberating Path of the Hebrew Prophets: Then and Now is a wise-hearted book, a wisdom text for our times. To read it is to go on a journey of love for the world. Sandra Lubarsky Professor Emeritus of Sustainable Communities