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  1. Affiliation Benefits

    Your dues to Reconstructing Judaism help:

    • Nurture communities that are inclusive, participatory, and dynamic

    • Run Camp Havaya

    • Print prayer books

    • Educate Jewish leaders

    • Renew Jewish thought and philosophy at large

    • Expand the presence of progressive Jewish communities throughout North America and the world

    • Represent Reconstructing Judaism in larger Jewish settings

    https://archive.reconstructingjudaism.org/article/affiliation-benefits

    Posted on: 2018/05/01 - 12:16pm

  2. Affil. benefits for Children

    Camp Havaya

    Camp Havaya (formerly known as Camp JRF) is a joyful and welcoming Jewish youth community that transforms lives. This top-rated summer camp provides a fun, creative and inclusive Reconstructionist community for young people ages 7 to17.

    https://archive.reconstructingjudaism.org/article/affiliation-benefits-children

    Posted on: 2016/04/07 - 12:22pm

  3. Affiliate Programs and Services

    Direct and Personal Staff Support

    Affiliated congregations and havurot can draw on the expertise of the Reconstructionist movement, whether through staff and faculty of Reconstructing Judaism or networks of our congregational leaders. We can advise on everything from curriculum development to organizational issues such as leadership training, marketing, and growth. Congregational leaders should contact Vice President for Thriving Communities Tresa Grauer at tgrauer@rrc.edu or 215.576.0800, ext. 144 to discuss their questions.

    https://archive.reconstructingjudaism.org/article/programs-and-services-affiliates

    Posted on: 2016/04/07 - 12:25pm

  4. Rabbis and Rabbinical Students in your Congregation

    RRC produces rabbis who can meet the needs of congregants, introduce new ideas and new thinking—and help attract new members. When you engage with a rabbi or student rabbi from RRC, you encounter a person who is:

    https://archive.reconstructingjudaism.org/article/rabbis-and-rabbinical-students-your-congregation

    Posted on: 2016/04/07 - 1:05pm

  5. Rabbis and Rabbinical Students in the Wider Community

    RRC students and graduates follow unique paths, using all of their talents, passions and strengths. The warm, egalitarian and intellectually rigorous culture of the College empowers them to build similarly inviting communities wherever they go. You—or someone you know—may benefit from the presence of RRC students and graduates in a wide variety of settings.

    Our rabbis:

    https://archive.reconstructingjudaism.org/article/rabbis-and-rabbinical-students-wider-community

    Posted on: 2016/04/07 - 1:08pm

  6. No Success Without Learning to Fail

    “Fail Forward” is the mantra of entrepreneurs. Take risks. You will fail, guaranteed. Learn from it.  Once a little smarter, boldly launch again. Instead of meeting failure with crimson shame and pink slips, entrepreneurs believe, as Robert Kennedy did, “to achieve greatness, you have to fail greatly.”

    David Bryfman, Chief Innovation Officer at The Jewish Education Project, introduced the concept of “fail forward” at a Jewish Futures Conference in New York City.

    https://archive.reconstructingjudaism.org/news/no-success-without-learning-fail

    Posted on: 2016/05/13 - 12:00am

  7. Bar/Bat Mitzvah Family Education Workshops

    This three-part family education series addresses issues related to bar/bat mitzvah. It is designed for a large group of parents and students and uses active learning exercises. It covers issues around Jewish identity, the meaning of bar/bat mitzvah, and common concerns that parents and students have about the process. It was written by Rabbi Laurie Zimmerman for use at Congregation Shaarei Shamayim in Madison, Wisconsin.

     

    https://archive.reconstructingjudaism.org/document/barbat-mitzvah-family-education-series

    Posted on: 2016/11/17 - 8:05pm

  8. Intro to PR and Media Relations Webinar July 2015

    Jewish Reconstructionist Communities has hosted monthly webinars on congregational communications topics ranging from marketing tool best practices to exploring the successful campaigns organized by Reconstructionist congregations.

    Records of past live webinars can be viewed on this site. 

    For more information about these and other resources, contact Rachael Burgess at rburgess@rrc.edu or 215-576-0800, ext. 141.

     

    Introduction to PR and Media Relations

    https://archive.reconstructingjudaism.org/video/webinar-introduction-pr-and-media-relations

    Posted on: 2016/11/21 - 4:00pm

  9. Plenum FAQ

  10. Plenum

    What Is the Plenum?

    The plenum of the Reconstructionist movement is a group of representatives from each affiliated congregation and havurah who discuss and share the issues of the day, both internal movement discussions and thoughts on the movement’s relationship to the world. In order to foster that kind of discussion, the goal is to create a stable group, where representatives stay engaged with the plenum for a couple of years or more.

    https://archive.reconstructingjudaism.org/article/plenum-purpose-and-membership

    Posted on: 2016/12/07 - 2:47pm

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