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Rabbi David Wolkenfeld: 917-621-5678
Rabbanit Sara Wolkenfeld: 917-621-5671



We look forward to welcoming our new Director of Religious Engagement, Rabbanit Guy, to ASBI in August! Beginning Monday, you can reach her at

Originally from Belle Harbor, New York, Rabbanit Goldie Guy attended Yeshivah of Flatbush and then went to study Torah in Israel at the Beit Midrash for Women at Migdal Oz. Rabbanit Guy earned her B.A. in Religion in 2012 at Barnard College of Columbia University. During her college years, she continued her Torah learning at the Drisha Collegiate Kollel, where she also served as a shoelet u’meishiva.

After college, Rabbanit Guy attended the Graduate Program in Advanced Talmudic Studies (GPATS) at Yeshiva University, a two year program of study in Talmud and Jewish law. While there, she served as chaplaincy intern at North Shore University Hospital.

Rabbanit Guy went on to study at Yeshivat Maharat, completing her course of study in Jewish Law and Pastoral Care in June 2017. During her time there, she taught a beginners’ Talmud course at Yeshivat Maharat, was a clergy intern at the Columbia/Barnard Hillel, and a United Jewish Appeal (UJA-NY) Fellow.

Rabbanit Guy has been a Talmud and Judaics educator at SAR High School in Riverdale, NY, and in the middle school at Carmel Academy, in Connecticut. In her free time, she loves to paint, explore local walking or hiking trails, and catch up with her nieces and nephews.

Rabbanit Guy is so excited to be joining ASBI as Director of Religious Engagement, and is looking forward to serving and being a part of this vibrant community.





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Welcome! We are a dynamic Modern Orthodox community enriched by our unique and diverse backgrounds. We strive to learn, build relationships, and positively impact our families and the greater community. Located steps away from the lakefront in Chicago's Lakeview neighborhood, we engage the modern world while treasuring Halacha and tradition.

If you are new to the community, or visiting ASBI, we encourage you to view our Guide to Shabbat Morning Services at ASBI.





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