Curious about what's going on at Reconstructing Judaism? Rabbi Deborah Waxman, president of Reconstructing Judaism, discusses the comfort that communities provide in times of sorrow and the strength they can provide against injustice.
Havaya Arts (California) is a high-quality arts and summer-camp experience for kids. We are a joyful, welcoming and progressive Jewish community where campers grow as intentional artists and human beings.
Inspired by her work in our Fair Trade Reconstructionist Learning Network, Jessica Herrmann of Repair the World Philadelphia crafted a Fair Trade Shabbat dinner for a night of Jewish learning, locally-sourced food and thought-provoking conversations about ethical purchasing.
Ritualwell is pleased to announce a new online course starting in August, led by Rabbi Vivian Mayer, RRC '96, Director of our Beit Midrash and Mekhinah preparatory program.
Through classic Jewish texts, including the stories of Judah, Tamar and King David, we will explore the complicated path toward forgiveness. We will reflect on how these ancient texts can move us to confront obstacles and take steps to finding a path toward forgiveness in a contemporary heart.
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: