Rabbi Aaron Miller joined the WHC clergy team as Assistant Rabbi in 2011. He officiates at services and life cycle events and provides pastoral care and counseling. He also leads 2239, WHC’s nationally acclaimed young professionals community, and directs 12 Jewish Questions, a WHC adult education program designed to spark a love of Judaism for Jews and non-Jews alike. Rabbi Miller spearheads WHC’s Brotherhood, works closely with the Community Issues and Social Action Committee, and serves as a member of the Washington Board of Rabbis. He is passionate about preaching, Jewish music, running, and books of all kinds.

Rabbi Miller was ordained at Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion and earned a master’s degree in educational administration at Xavier University. As a student, Rabbi Miller was recognized with the Rabbi Morris H. Youngerman Memorial Prize for the top sermon of the year, and as a lover of Jewish music, taught a semester-long course on Jewish songleading and music theory. He was also awarded the Schusterman Rabbinic Fellowship for study of the opportunities and challenges of 21st-century Jewish life. Rabbi Miller served as a rabbinic intern at Temple Israel in Dayton, Ohio and as an adjunct professor and Hillel rabbinic intern at Earlham College in Richmond, Indiana. He earned a bachelor’s degree in Near Eastern and Judaic studies from Brandeis University.