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How to Edit Your 18Doors Clergy Profile

Looking for instructions on how to edit or add to your 18Doors clergy profile? You’ve come to the right place. You can now make changes yourself anytime. Just follow these simple steps!

Any questions? Send us an email here.

Steps to update your profile as part of the 18Doors Jewish Clergy Referral Service:

Step 1: Go to

Step 2: Enter your Username (which is your email address) and Password and then click the gray button that says REFERRAL SERVICE CLERGY LOGIN.

*If you can’t remember your password and need to reset it, click Forgot Password?. Then enter in the email address affiliated with your 18Doors account and click Submit. You’ll receive an email with a link that will enable you to create a new password.

STEP 3: To edit your profile, click on the Add/Edit Profile button.

Step 4: Click on the Edit button under your name.

Step 5: Make any changes needed and click the Submit button at the bottom of the page.

*Every time you enter this form, you’ll be asked to confirm that your answer to “Have you ever been expelled, suspended, censured or faced charges of misconduct from a clergy association?” is still accurate. If it is no longer accurate, please change your response and then check the box. You’ll need to check the box in order to submit the form, which 18Doors staff will review to renew your eligibility in the service

You will get a screen confirming that the changes were submitted. We’ll be in touch if we have any questions.

Nicole Wasilus

Nicole takes pride in directing the Jewish Clergy Officiation Referral Service which helps connect over 4,000+ couples and families annually to interfaith-friendly rabbis and cantors as 18Doors’ Director of Lifecycle Connections. She began her career working for Hillel after graduating from Penn State University in 2011. Nicole received her Masters in Public Administration with a focus in Nonprofit Management from the University of Delaware in 2017. She was recognized in 2020 as a Jewish change-maker in a time of crisis by New York Jewish Week’s “36 Under 36.” When she’s not working, Nicole loves exploring new restaurants in Philadelphia with her husband, seeing independent movies, and taking her Insta-famous dog to the park.