Rabbi Scott Fox

Associate Rabbi for the Indianapolis Hebrew Congregation

Rabbi Scott Fox serves as the Associate Rabbi at the Indianapolis Hebrew Congregation. He is inspired by moments of connection, by the conversations and experiences that allow us to share the things that are deep in our souls with one another. Rabbi Scott keeps the door to his office open for just that reason. Before joining the team at IHC Rabbi Scott served as the Reform Campus Rabbi at Cornell University. While at Cornell, Rabbi Scott also directed the Repair the World initiative on campus. Rabbi Scott loves the multi-generational fabric of congregational life, and is energized by the intersection of generations at IHC. He loves sharing meaningful moments with people of all ages in the community. Rabbi Scott and Dori Chandler created and directed Camp Tikvah, a social action oriented day camp for Jewish Middle School students. Rabbi Scott also started innovative projects for Jews in their 20s and 30s in Cleveland, Ohio and Brooklyn, New York. Rabbi Scott also brings his music to the community. A trained Jazz guitarist, Rabbi Scott studied with John Pisano in Los Angeles. Rabbi Scott loves to teach about all Jewish texts, most especially contemporary Jewish fiction, in which he holds a BA. In the summer of 2014, Rabbi Scott and Dori Chandler joyfully brought friends and family together to another camp of their creation for three days, Camp Dodim, to celebrate their marriage.