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With Rabbi Noah Diamonstein at the Poor People’s Campaign Moral March on Washington

We had the pleasure of welcoming Cantor Rosalie Will as our Artist-in-Residence for an entire weekend, beautifully integrated into various aspects of our community - Family Shabbat, Adult PrayerLab, and Religious School Camp Day.


Our clergy team really appreciated, and continues to talk about, the probing questions that Cantor Will posed to us during the planning sessions leading up to her visit, challenging us to really consider the purpose of worship and the people we seek to serve.  When the big weekend finally arrived, Cantor Will’s grace and passion permeated in everything that she did, spreading her knowledge and creativity to all.

Cantor Lauren Goodlev, Beth David Reform Congregation, Gladwyn, PA

I was honored to work with Cantor Will as a coach and mentor as my role as the Director of Music expanded in my temple community. Rosalie brings a wealth of knowledge, energy, and insight to her work with musicians of all ages.  Her pulpit experience, musical skills, and connections to the wider Reform movement allow her to create learning experiences that are both grounded in Torah and Jewish values and also tailored to the individual.


Dr. Allan Friedman, Director of Music

Judea Reform Congregation

Faculty, Duke University

We had the privilege of working with Cantor Will for our temple’s 60th Anniversary celebration.  Cantor Will was a fabulous creative partner for our worship team as well as an inspiration to our members who worked with her and were part of our celebration. She enriched our prayer with her teaching and wisdom.


Cantor Will's experience, vision, and willingness to collaborate elevated this significant moment for our congregation. Working with Cantor Will really made the weekend a joy on all levels!


Rabbi Rick Kellner
Julie Sapper, Music Director
Beth Tikvah Congregation
Columbus, OH


As an in-demand clergy consultant, worship leader,  educator, and performer, Rosalie has the opportunity to work with so many great people, organizations, and causes across North America


Below is a selection of recent apperances:

Weekend Residencies
Temple Kol Emeth, Marietta GA
Shabbat worship and WRJ Shabbaton


Congregation Beth Tikvah, Columbus OH
150th Anniversary Shabbat Weekend


Congregation B’nai Israel - Houston TX
Residency Weekend


Temple Shir Tikva, Wayland MA
Residency Weekend to conclude Congregational Worship visioning


Temple Beth Am, Seattle
Residency Weekend as part of Worship and Clergy visioning


Congregational Consulting

Temple Beth Am, Seattle Washington
Two-year consultancy to help create a strong worship vision with professional team 


Westchester Reform Temple

Clergy Team sessions to deepen worship vision

Professional Development Classes
Songleading for Clergy

Songleading for Religious School Teachers


HUC-JIR Student Summer Session

Transitioning to Virtual Prayer during the Covid 19 Pandemic

Private Coaching and Songleader Development
Inidividual Cantors, Congregational Soloists, and Rabbi Coaching

Work with camps and congregations to rebuild songleading pipeline


Community Programs and Special Events

Glastonbury Abbey, Boston MA
“Listening to Other Voices” Series
Shared the power and meaning behind Jewish healing prayers and songs


Poor People’s Campaign Moral March on Washington
"A Shabbat of Moral Movement: Poetry and Prayers to Renew the Prophetic Voice,
Coordinated, planned and co-led  interdenominational and interfaith prayer content


The Future of Spirituality: Futures Literacy Laboratory
Convergence and FutureWomenX
Panel discussion about the need for participatory and communal worship

Union for Reform Judaism Worship and Music Support
Annually lead spiritual and music moments at the Scheidt Conference for Syangogue Presidents

Lead teacher for Hadracha, worship and life cycle training for lay worship leaders in small congregations

Director of Music and Worship, URJ 150th, and 4 Biennial Conventions


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