Rabbi Heather Miller




Conversion requirements

Brit milah/Hatafat dam brit:

Required without supervision.


Required. Flexible (prefer local Mayyim Hayyim affiliated mikveh or natural mikveh).

Beit din:

Required. Combination of Rabbis and lay Jews (virtual or in person).

Conversion location:

Brooklyn, NY or Virtual

Mentoring sessions available in:


Conversion requirements during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic

Brit milah/Hatafat dam brit:
Beit din:

I am happy to work with

Families with children, People who identify as LGBTQ+, People in interfaith or dual-faith relationships

Personal statement

Shalom! I am an educator, rabbi, mom and founder of The Multitudes. I rabbi ‘off the bimah’ and most enjoy helping folks connect to their Jewish values, find healing and meaning in Jewish practice, and making our Jewish communities safe and comfortable for folks who have felt excluded. As a human, I’ve had to find my footing in the Jewish world without losing touch with vital parts of my identity. I have navigated re-shaping my Jewish identity post marriage and again post divorce. As a single mother and co-parent with former partners who have different beliefs, I know that finding one’s own anchors amidst the storms of life can be an adventure.

The selection of a mentor is important as we will guide you through several seasons of your life as you start to walk through the world Jewishly. I look forward to helping you discover the parts of yourself that will become the “tent poles” of your Jewish life. I can’t wait to meet you!


Smicha | Pluralistic Rabbinical Seminary

Master’s Degree, Educational Leadership | Western Governors University

Master’s Degree, Childhood Education and Special Education | College of Staten Island

Bachelor’s Degree, History with a concentration in Religion with a sub concentration in Judaic Studies | Wesleyan University