Curious about what's going on at Reconstructing Judaism? Rabbi Deborah Waxman, president of Reconstructing Judaism, discusses the value of belonging to the Jewish people, to a synagogue, and to the Reconstructionist movement.
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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:
Chesapeake Day of Learning
9 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.
Adat Shalom Congregation
Join us for a day of Jewish learning, featuring a keynote speaker, follow-up workshops and activities for the body, mind and spirit! Click here for more information and to register.
J Street Conference: A Voice for Today, a Vision for Tomorrow
Omni Shoreham Hotel
If you are planning on attending the J Street conference on the Israel/Palestine peace process, please join us for the Reconstructionist Movement’s Caucus and Breakfast on Sunday, April 15 at 8:30 am in the Executive Room. Check your program or posted signage for location. Everyone associated with, enthusiastic or curious about the Reconstructionist movement are invited to meet, mingle and hear movement updates. Rabbi Deborah Waxman will bring movement greetings and a report from the recent Reconstructionist Israel trip.