Rabbinical student Bec Richman, RRC '19, is developing a beit midrash (house of learning) for under-engaged Jewish community members that provides Torah learning and deepens relationships with Judaism.
Rabbi Diane Tracht
Rabbi Diane Tracht is working to create support groups and provide education to Jews in Louisville, Ky. in order to ensure that no one in the Jewish community suffers alone.
In Evolve, Rabbi Dev Noily details some of their experiences of being a genderqueer, nonbinary, trans rabbi and explains why it is so meaningful to them when people use their proper pronouns. Join them and other Evolve authors for a webinar on Judaism, gender and identity on April 3 and May 7, 2019. Register here.
Network Immersions offer an in-depth exploration of a topic, including coursework (reading and/or writing), for a fee. A 10% discount goes to members and staff of our affiliates and Learning Network subscribers.
We are thrilled this month to debut a regular column from the Reconstructionist Educators of North America, or “RENA.” In this inaugural column, RENA chair George Kelley gives a helpful overview of the association.
In our Havaya Summer Programs, there’s never a reason for campers to be anyone other than their true selves. No matter who they are, our kids are both celebrated and challenged in ways that help them grow into amazing human beings. We encourage each camper to explore our traditions and today’s world to discover what being Jewish means to them. See what the buzz is all about at HavayaSummerPrograms.org.
Trans and non-binary Jewish individuals are welcome to come celebrate and explore the intersection of transgender identity and Jewish life. Hosted by Congregation Beit Simchat Torah with Keshet, the convening includes Shabbat experiences, workshops, panels, discussions, presentations, and performances.