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  1. Finding a Home Within a Home in Central Oregon: Shalom Bayit Opens Doors to Reconstructing Judaism

    Synagogue building with mountains visible in the background

    “Oh my God, we don’t have to do this by ourselves anymore.”

    https://archive.reconstructingjudaism.org/news/shalom-bayit-opens-doors

    Posted on: 2019/10/29 - 4:13pm

  2. Provide for Yourself a Rabbi

    “Provide for Yourself a Rabbi” (Pirkei Avot 1:6)

    As Reconstructionists, we talk all the time about creating Jewish community — whether we are building and sustaining our home congregations; seeking connection with other Jews and the people who love us beyond our own walls; or trying to nurture emerging expressions of Jewish communal life on college campuses, in other non-synagogue settings and even on the internet.

    https://archive.reconstructingjudaism.org/news/provide-for-yourself-a-rabbi

    Posted on: 2019/11/21 - 12:47pm

  3. Omer Count 2016

    Between Passover and Shavuot comes a seven-week period known as the omer, in which we engage in the ritual counting of each of the 49 days. This year, the omer period began at sundown on Saturday, April 23, the second day of Passover.

    https://archive.reconstructingjudaism.org/news/count-omer-us

    Posted on: 2016/05/04 - 11:23am

  4. Response to US Policy Shift on Settlement Legality

  5. Statement on Recent Rocket Attacks on Israel

  6. Coverage and Reaction to the October 2018 Pittsburgh Attack

    The October 2018 attack on Tree of Life synagogue in Pittsburgh struck at several communities meeting there. Among them was Congregation Dor Hadash, Pittsburgh’s Reconstructionist Community. We’ve gathered a selection of resources on the attack and its aftermath, and our continuing support and solidarity for the Dor Hadash community.

     

    https://archive.reconstructingjudaism.org/news/coverage-and-reaction-october-2018-pittsburgh-attack

    Posted on: 2018/11/07 - 2:13pm

  7. Divine Justice: A Jewish Perspective Chautauqua news item/video

  8. The Cornerstone of a Better World

  9. Rosh Hashanah Message 2018

    This Rosh Hashanah, I am thinking hard about the theme of zikhronot, or remembering. In this short video, I explore the theme of remembering and how it is an essential part of seeking teshuvah, or repentance. These High Holidays, I ask you to join me and Jews across the world in engaging in deep reflection and teshuvah. May we find the inspiration and courage to do our own personal work (tikkun nefesh, repair of the soul or self) and to work toward justice (tikkun olam, repair of the world).
     

    https://archive.reconstructingjudaism.org/news/a-message-for-rosh-hashanah

    Posted on: 2018/09/07 - 2:20pm

  10. Letter to Israeli Political Leadership Opposing Annexation

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