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  1. Mandate for Tikkun Olam Commission

    BACKGROUND

     
    By Resolution dated April 22, 2018, The Board of Governors of Reconstructing Judaism (the Board) approved the establishment of the Tikkun Olam Commission (TOC) as a joint commission of Reconstructing Judaism and the Reconstructionist Rabbinical Association (RRA).
     
    In addition, two co-chairs were selected to form and lead the TOC: one lay leader invited by the Board (Angela Milstein of Kehillat Israel in Pacific Palisades) and one rabbinic leader invited by the RRA (Rabbi Renee Bauer, RRC ’05).

    https://archive.reconstructingjudaism.org/article/mandate-tikkun-olam-commission

    Posted on: 2020/10/12 - 1:56pm

  2. Jews of Color and Allies Advisory Group Mandate

    Background and objectives: 

    WHEREAS Jews of Color (JOC) comprise at least 12-15 percent of the American Jewish community yet are often marginalized and discriminated against in mainstream Jewish settings, Reconstructing Judaism must take further action to ensure that our Jewish communities provide a safe, supportive, loving and empowering haven for all of us, most especially Jews of Color.

    https://archive.reconstructingjudaism.org/article/jews-color-and-allies-advisory-group-mandate

    Posted on: 2020/10/12 - 1:43pm

  3. 2020 Ignition Grant Recipients

    Reconstructing Judaism’s Auerbach Launch Grants and Ignition Grants support rabbinical students and rabbis in reconstructing the Jewish landscape to be more inclusive and engaging. This year’s winners point the way to a dynamic Jewish future. 

    https://archive.reconstructingjudaism.org/article/2020-auerbach-launch-and-ignition-grant-recipients

    Posted on: 2020/06/09 - 8:35am

  4. Rosh Hashanah Seder

    by Brian Rosman and Rabbi Barbara Penzner

    https://archive.reconstructingjudaism.org/article/rosh-hashanah-other-seder

    Posted on: 2020/08/27 - 4:13pm

  5. Key Tips For Talking With News Professionals

    Positive media coverage can amplify your voice, inform the public about key issues and build further credibility for your community. It’s a chance to share, in the public square, Reconstructionist values like pluralism and diversity, as well as remind audiences that there’s no one way to do and to be Jewish. At the same time, a negative story can negatively impact your community’s reputation. Here are key tips for speaking with journalists.

    https://archive.reconstructingjudaism.org/article/key-tips-talking-news-professionals

    Posted on: 2020/08/24 - 11:15am

  6. Reopening Synagogue Buildings Guide

    In June 2020, a working group made up of staff at the Reform, Conservative and Reconstructionist movements collaborated, with major support from the Secure Community Network, on putting together a “Guide to the Considerations about Re-Opening Synagogue Buildings.” The document offers synagogues some guidance and suggested methodical steps for decision-making and implementation of re-opening plans.

    https://archive.reconstructingjudaism.org/article/reopening-synagogue-buildings-guide

    Posted on: 2020/06/30 - 4:29pm

  7. COVID-19 Email to Leadership

    Dear Congregational Rabbis, Cantors, Presidents, Executive Directors, and Educators,

    During this time of deep concern about the coronavirus, we have been in communication with many lay leaders, staff, and rabbis serving our affiliates. In this message, we’d like to share some information about what we’re doing to try to be helpful to the leaders of our communities.

    https://archive.reconstructingjudaism.org/article/resources-your-community-time

    Posted on: 2020/03/16 - 10:08am

  8. Newsletter Archive: Reconstructing Judaism Today

    On this page, you can find archives of past Reconstructionist email newletters.

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    Reconstructing Judaism Today 

    The monthly newsletter of the central organization of the Reconstructionist  movement.

    https://archive.reconstructingjudaism.org/newsletters

    Posted on: 2017/08/03 - 12:02am

  9. The Hebrew Word For Patience

    “I’m mad as hell and I’m not going to take it anymore,” the Peter Finch character screams in the movie Network, one of the more memorable moments in cinematic history. In contemporary U.S. culture, it often seems as if speaking your mind, no matter how hurtful, and no matter what the consequences, is considered a virtue. That’s a problem!

    https://archive.reconstructingjudaism.org/article/hebrew-word-patience

    Posted on: 2017/01/31 - 3:22pm

  10. If God Is Good, Why Do Pain and Suffering Exist?

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