Rabbi Ellie Miller strives to create a sacred, caring, joyful, community guided by a love of Torah, doing of mitzvot (good deeds), and a love for Israel while connecting our rich Jewish tradition to modern life. Rabbi Miller makes being Jewish accessible to all and helps everyone connect and find meaning in their own way.
Rabbi Miller sings and plays guitar. She uses her love of music to add a level of beauty and spirituality to prayer, lifecycle events and learning.
Rabbi Miller has served as a congregational rabbi for nearly two decades, shaping her vision and her dream for vibrant Jewish living.
Rabbi Ellie Miller grew up in New Jersey. She is a graduate of the University of Pittsburgh with a B.A. in Communication Science and a certificate in Jewish Studies. She is an alumna of the Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion where she earned her Smicha (certificate of ordination), a Master’s Degree in Hebrew Literature, as well as a Master’s Degree in Religious Education. She is the incoming president of the Morris Area Clergy Counsel and is a Rabbis Without Borders fellow.
Rabbi Miller lives in Morristown with her husband, Nathan, and her three children, Sam, Meg and Jack.