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Affiliation and Dues

PDF icon FY21-22 Affiliation Dues Form.pdf

Affiliation and Dues: A Video Tutorial

Affiliation and Dues - A Video Tutorial


2021-2022 Affiliation and Dues Materials

- Affiliation Dues Form 2021-22

- Affiliate Highlights

- Contact Sheet 2021-22


You can download last year’s form here as well: 

- Affiliation Dues Form 2020-21


What a Reconstructionist Approach Offers

Reconstructionists approach Judaism — and life — with deep consideration of the past and a passion to relate it to the present. In a rapidly changing world, Reconstructionist communities share and create new ways of being Jewish to connect us to the divine and ensure our lives are filled with purpose.

We view Judaism as the evolving civilization of the Jewish people in an ongoing relationship with God. Our shared culture — rituals, traditions and practices — reflect over 3,000 years of that evolution, and we continue to share and shape it today.

Reconstructing Judaism

We break down the walls that divide us — demonstrating what it means to be Jewish today — standing up for justice and creating a better world for all.

We experience — and discover — God through our daily acts of ritual, creative expression and humanity, which leads to individual spiritual fulfillment.

We have originated many of the core innovations within American Judaism and lead efforts to make our community even more forward-thinking, inclusive and relevant.

We are committed to democratic practice in Jewish life and believe that people hold the right—and obligation—to reconstruct Judaism in order for it to remain relevant in our lives.


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The Halakhic Basis for Community Financing of Jewish Life

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Dues and Financial Policy: Our Tax for Jewish Citizenship

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A Jewish Approach to Obligatory Giving

Overview of issues of fundraising, dues, and obligation in Jewish congregations.