Tomorrow: Join Evolve on Wed. Sept. 9 from 1–2:15 p.m. EDT for a discussion between Carmen Corrales, the incoming chair of Reconstructing Judaism’s newly formed Jews of Color and Allies Advisory Group, and Evolve editor Rabbi Jacob Staub, Ph.D., about increasing awareness around the presence of Jews of Color within our communities and ways in which we can collaborate on anti-racist efforts. The discussion will be based on Corrales’ Evolve essay, “Noticing the Jews of Color in Our Communities.” Register here.
To support your socially-distanced High Holiday celebrations this year, we are pleased to offer you a digital mahzor, original music, new liturgy, video teachings, liturgy recordings and resources for children. We hope you will make good use of them and shanah tovah!
Ritualwell Immersion: Through meditation, writing exercises, personal prayer and discussion, explore your inner voice and direct connection to God through Etty Hillesum's Holocaust diaries and letters. Webinar series with modest fee.
Ritualwell Immersion: Poets from Jewish, Muslim, Hindu and Christian backgrounds will lead a series of workshops to guide us toward connection and peace through writing and sharing poetry. Webinar series with modest fee.
Learning Network: Explore innovative strategies and gain practical feedback to help your community implement a new development strategy or pandemic-proof your biggest fundraiser of the year. Free webinar series.
Learning Network: This collective study group will help guide folks who benefit from white privilege towards a deeper understanding of racism and a stronger commitment to racial justice work. Free webinar series.
RRC’s unique field education program gives students extensive experience in a wide range of rabbinic settings, allowing them to develop the skills they will need as rabbis while still in rabbinical school.
Reconstructing Judaism’s Auerbach Grant Program supports rabbinical students and new rabbis in reconstructing the Jewish landscape to be more inclusive and engaging. This year’s winners point the way to a dynamic Jewish future.
Visit Recon Connect for live and real-time opportunities to study, pray and celebrate with others. It's the online hub for live experiences from across the Reconstructionist movement. It's updated often - bookmark it!
High Holidays With Havaya
Are you looking for ways for you, your kids, or your family to celebrate the Jewish holidays in a way that’s engaging, welcoming, celebratory, and fun? Join us for one of these opportunities to connect as we dive into the new year. All are free and open to the community … and no experience is necessary!