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Transformative Waters - Pascagula River

This article, written by Rabbi Myrna Matsa about a conversion which takes place on the Pascagula River in Mississippi, was published in the September 2007 issue of "Mann About Town" (pages 38-39). Rabbi Matsa is a rabbi and pastoral-trauma counselor serving in support of clergy in Mississippi, Baton Rouge, and New Orleans through a partnership between the United Jewish Communities and the New York Board of Rabbis.

Visting with Rabbi Myrna Matsa, Rabbinic Pastoral Counselor for Hurricane Katrina Relief, in Biloxi

This photograph was taken by Jayne K. Guberman, Director of Oral History at the Jewish Women's Archive, on June 21, 2007. The photo was taken while visting with Rabbi Myrna Matsa in Biloxi. Rabbi Matsa is a rabbi and pastoral-trauma counselor serving in support of clergy in Mississippi, Baton Rouge, and New Orleans through a partnership between the United Jewish Communities and the New York Board of Rabbis.

Rabbinical Assembly Mission to New Orleans 123

A home in the process of being rebuilt after being harmed by Katrina. The photo was taken by Rabbi Jason Miller, who traveled to New Orleans with a group of 35 Conservative rabbis for a Rabbinical Assembly Mission at the end of January 2007.

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A scene of neighborhood destruction from Katrina. The photo was taken by Rabbi Jason Miller, who traveled to New Orleans with a group of 35 Conservative rabbis for a Rabbinical Assembly Mission at the end of January 2007.

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Four of the members of the Rabbinical Assembly group. The photo is part of the collection taken by Rabbi Jason Miller, who traveled to New Orleans with a group of 35 Conservative rabbis for a Rabbinical Assembly Mission at the end of January 2007.