Temple Sinai warmly welcomes back Rabbi Cobert from her parental leave! In July, Rabbi Cobert & her husband, Andy Lewis, became the proud parents of a beautiful baby girl, Sarah. Mazel Tov to Rabbi Cobert and Andy! We wish you and Sarah much health, happiness and success as you embark on this amazing family journey. Effective October 12, 2022 Rabbi Cobert has returned full time. Please stop by, email, call her or post your well wishes!
“I am so excited to be back with the Temple Sinai family! We love our daughter, Sarah, so much! She has the cutest smile, loves to go on walks, read stories, play with her toys, listen and dance to music. I look forward to being together in the community through services, programs and Hebrew School. A special thank you to Rabbi Daniel Graber for stepping in as the Interim Rabbi for the last three months. We wish you well on future endeavors!” – Rabbi Cobert
Rabbi Emily Cobert was born and raised in Fort Worth, TX. She grew up in a home that values Judaism, family and friends. Rabbi Cobert was active in Kadima and USY and served on her Chapter’s USY Board in Fort Worth.
She received rabbinic ordination with a Certificate in Pastoral Care and Counseling from the Jewish Theological Seminary in May 2021. Rabbi Cobert also received her Master’s degree in Jewish Education from the Jewish Theological Seminary in May 2016. She received her B.A. degrees in both Jewish Studies and Psychology from the University of Texas at Austin.
Rabbi Cobert has a passion for education and deeply cares about each individual. She wants to make sure everyone feels welcomed in a safe and warm environment and that everyone has a chance to get heard, seen and valued.
Rabbi Cobert, and her husband, Andy Lewis live in Middletown with their daughter. They enjoy hiking, exploring new places and meeting new people.