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  1. Addressing Race as a Jewish Community

    Yom Kippur is a time when we confess our wrongdoings collectively, and is therefore an opportune moment in the Jewish calendar to reflect on how we can do teshuvah for the ways in which we have failed, communally and individually, to address the issue of racism.

    https://archive.reconstructingjudaism.org/sermon/addressing-race-jewish-community

    Posted on: 2017/08/16 - 3:08pm

  2. Shai Held

    Rabbi Shai Held–theologian, scholar, and educator–is President, Dean, and Chair in Jewish Thought at Mechon Hadar, where he also directs the Center for Jewish Leadership and Ideas.  Previously, he served for six years as Scholar-in-Residence at Kehilat Hadar in New York City, and taught both theology and Halakhah at the Jewish Theological Seminary.  He also served as Director of Education at Harvard Hillel.

    https://archive.reconstructingjudaism.org/profile/rabbi-shai-held

    Posted on: 2017/08/16 - 4:04pm

  3. Shefa Gold

    Rabbi Shefa Gold is a leader in ALEPH: the Alliance for Jewish Renewal and received her ordination both from the Reconstructionist Rabbinical College and from Rabbi Zalman Schachter-Shalomi (z”l). She is the director of C-DEEP, The Center for Devotional, Energy and Ecstatic Practice in Jemez Springs, New Mexico. She teaches workshops and retreats on the theory and art of Chanting, Devotional Healing, Spiritual Community-Building and Meditation.

    https://archive.reconstructingjudaism.org/profile/rabbi-shefa-gold

    Posted on: 2017/08/17 - 2:07pm

  4. Gerald Fox

    Rabbi Gerald Fox

    https://archive.reconstructingjudaism.org/profile/rabbi-gerald-fox

    Posted on: 2017/08/17 - 2:27pm

  5. Doris Dyen

    Doris J. Dyen (RRC ‘13) lives in Pittsburgh, PA, where she is the rabbi for the independent havurah Makom HaLev, serves as a chaplain at Magee Womens Hospital, and offers spiritual support as a mashpiah ruchanit (Jewish spiritual director).

    https://archive.reconstructingjudaism.org/profile/rabbi-doris-dyen

    Posted on: 2017/08/17 - 2:39pm

  6. Brian Field

    Brian Field (RRC ’94) is the senior rabbi of Judaism Your Way, a non-denominational Jewish outreach non-profit based in Denver, Colorado. 

    https://archive.reconstructingjudaism.org/profile/rabbi-brian-field

    Posted on: 2017/08/17 - 2:49pm

  7. Gail Shuster-Bouskila

    Gail Shuster-Bouskila (RRC ‘79) has been a free-lance rabbi and has worked in English Education at Open University in Israel.

    https://archive.reconstructingjudaism.org/profile/rabbi-gail-shuster-bouskila

    Posted on: 2017/08/17 - 2:58pm

  8. Hagar the Stranger

    Turn it and turn it, for everything is in it, Ben Bag Bag taught about studying the Torah. Reflect on it, pore over it, grow old and gray with it, for there is no better reward than this. Well, I’m not gray yet, but I sure am getting older, and bald already happened. And with age maybe I’m starting to repeat myself more, but I’ll tell you again: Ben Bag Bag, the ancient sage with the best alliterative name, was a wise man. The Torah continues to reveal its deep wisdom to me, and ever-greater connecting patterns of meaning unfold before me.

    https://archive.reconstructingjudaism.org/sermon/hagar-stranger

    Posted on: 2017/08/17 - 3:38pm

  9. Sheila Peltz Weinberg

    Rabbi Sheila Peltz Weinberg, a graduate of RRC, served as a congregational rabbi for seventeen years.  She has also worked in the fields of Jewish community relations, Jewish education and Hillel. She has published widely on such topics as feminism, spiritual direction, parenting, social justice and mindfulness from a Jewish perspective and has contributed commentaries to Kol HaNeshama, the Reconstructionist prayer book.

    https://archive.reconstructingjudaism.org/profile/rabbi-sheila-peltz-weinberg

    Posted on: 2017/08/17 - 4:06pm

  10. Samira Mehta

    Samira K. Mehta is an Assistant Professor of Religious Studies at Albright College. She is the author of Beyond Chrismukkah: The Christian-Jewish Blended Family in America, forthcoming from the University of North Carolina Press in March 2018. Her research focuses on religion and the American family, with interests in both religious practice and the role of religion in constructions of the family. Dr. Mehta has held fellowships from the John W.

    https://archive.reconstructingjudaism.org/profile/samira-mehta

    Posted on: 2017/08/18 - 11:32am

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