JERICHO
VINCENT

Website 5

Welcome the
Stranger Within

In essays, lectures, spiritual services, and creative laboratories, Jericho invites people to reconnect with estranged parts of themselves, their communities, and their lineages. 
 
Raised in an ultra-Orthodox rabbinical home, Jericho learned from Buddhist, Sufi, and atheist communities before returning to Judaism to excavate timely wisdom from their family’s ancient traditions. They hold a master's degree in Public Policy from Harvard University, where they were a Pforzheimer Fellow. Certified in IFS coaching, they are currently a rabbinical candidate and a Wexner Fellow. Jericho is the author of the memoir Cut Me Loose. Their essays have appeared in The New York Times, The Daily Beast, and The Cut. For their work they have been named to the Jewish Week’s 36 Under 36 and to The Forward’s Forward 50. 

“You shall love the stranger, because you were strangers in the land of narrow places.”

News

August 8, 2021: Jericho presents "Tikkun for the Moon" as a grantee of Word: Bruce Geller Memorial Prize. Register for the event here.

 

Jericho delivers a sermon for Trans Pride Shabbat at CBST, the largest LGBTQ synagogue in the world.  Watch here. (June 2021)

 

Jericho's genderqueer theology is profiled in Jewish Boston. Read here. (June 2021)

 

Jericho's reflections on a changing rabbinate are featured in Tablet Magazine. Read here. (June 2021)

 

Jericho is awarded a Word: Bruce Geller Memorial Prize for their visual essay on the lost feminine-centric practices of ancient Jews. (June 2021)

 

Jericho is awarded a Wexner Fellowship. (April 2021)

Website-Sub-Image

FEATURED