Rabbi Deborah Waxman, president of Reconstructing Judaism, discusses the many exciting projects underway at Reconstructing Judaism as we support Jewish living, learning and leadership for a changing world.
Our senior rabbinical students graduated on June 10. We wish them all the best of luck in their future service to the Jewish community. Visit our Facebook page for the full video and photos of the ceremony.
Pictured above, from left to right: Rabbi Sandra Lawson, Rabbi Emily Cohen, Rabbi Jacob Adler, Rabbi Ariana Katz, Rabbi Nathan Kamesar, Rabbi Jessica Rosenberg, Rabbi David Eber, and Rabbi Elyssa Cherney.
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Over 200 people participated in Reconstructionist Learning Networks this year. Let us know the networks you'd like to see next year by emailing Shosh Lovett-Graff. We're already planning networks around everyday mindfulness practices and engaging in civil discourse about challenging topics.
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Reconstructing Judaism endorses and co-sponsors numerous petitions, public letters and statements from aligned organizations and also issues its own public statements on occasion. Here are the statements we have issued and public letters we have signed onto in the last month, either alone or jointly with the Reconstructionist Rabbinical Association: