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  1. Network 2017 Landing: Camp Havaya

    How do we give back to this place that means so much to us?

    Facilitated by Rabbi Isaac Saposnik, Executive Director of Camp Havaya and Havaya Arts

    For post-college-age Camp JRF/Camp Havaya alumni

    Tuesdays, 8:00 pm-9:00 pm EST—March 13, April 17, and May 15

    https://archive.reconstructingjudaism.org/networks/2017/camp-havaya

    Posted on: 2017/12/15 - 10:12am

  2. Network 2017 Landing: Congregations Across Generations

    How do we develop congregations for people across the lifespan?  

    Facilitated by Rabbi Dayle A. Friedman

    For Jewish professionals and lay leaders of congregations and havurot

    Mondays 3:00 pm-4:00 pm EST—April 9, April 23, May 7

    https://archive.reconstructingjudaism.org/networks/2017/congregations-across-generations

    Posted on: 2017/12/15 - 10:16am

  3. Moses' Double Mission - DT Va'era Eron

    This week’s Torah portion, Va’era, is set in Egypt. Moses has already returned from his exile in Midian. He has had his first and unsuccessful encounter with Pharaoh, who, in response to Moses’ request to allow the Israelites the opportunity to worship God in the wilderness, has placed additional burdens on the already overworked Israelite slaves. In addition to Pharaoh’s scorn, Moses’ own people abuse him for the troubles they believe he has brought upon them. Soon after it has begun, Moses’ mission already seems to have come to an end.

    https://archive.reconstructingjudaism.org/dvar-torah/moses-double-mission

    Posted on: 2018/01/05 - 11:07am

  4. These Are The Names Shemot DT Micah B-K

    The Book of Exodus, Shemot in Hebrew, begins with the listing of names. A recounting of “who is who” as a new era opens. While Genesis/Bereshit begins the Jewish journey following one family, as we begin Exodus, the narrative begins to be about a people emerging into being. This week’s portion continues some 375 years after the end of the Genesis text.

    https://archive.reconstructingjudaism.org/dvar-torah/these-are-names

    Posted on: 2018/01/05 - 1:08pm

  5. Old Reconstructionism Landing

    Reconstructionist Judaism sees Judaism as the evolving religious civilization of the Jewish people in its ongoing relationship with God. 

    Our rituals, customs, laws, sacred texts and practices reflect that evolution. We seek ways of living that reveal holiness and godliness in the world, and see the tradition as having a vote, not a veto in that quest. Seeing innovation and adaptation as deeply traditional, we cultivate and support Jewish living, learning, and leadership for a changing world.

    https://archive.reconstructingjudaism.org/node/1628

    Posted on: 2018/01/28 - 9:34pm

  6. Blueprint for a Full Jewish Life - DT Terumah Schein

    Reprinted by permission of the Cleveland Jewish News.

    This d’var Torah is one of a series influenced by the Me’am Loez Sephardic Torah commentary.

    If we review briefly the last several parshiot of Exodus, we see an interesting pattern. We began with mythic moments of redemption from slavery and the revelation of the Torah in Bo, Beshalakh, and Yitro. Human beings cannot live without these moments, but living with them only is also impossible. 

    https://archive.reconstructingjudaism.org/dvar-torah/blueprint-full-jewish-life

    Posted on: 2018/02/09 - 3:35pm

  7. Affiliation Graphics

    Graphics — Print and Web

    Affiliates, please feel free to download and use any of these graphics. 

    https://archive.reconstructingjudaism.org/connect/affiliation-graphics

    Posted on: 2018/02/20 - 2:31pm

  8. Fair Trade Resource Page

    In collaboration with Fair Trade Judaica, Reconstructing Judaism has made a commitment to providing the latest resources and guidelines to learn about and practice Fair Trade. Bringing to life core Jewish values of human dignity and sanctity of the earth, our commitment to Fair Trade education and outreach has brought together Jewish congregations and organizations from across North America.   

    https://archive.reconstructingjudaism.org/fair-trade

    Posted on: 2018/03/21 - 5:13pm

  9. Ethics Center - About

    The Center for Jewish Ethics draws on Jewish texts, experience, and tradition to help people and communities address the diverse ethical challenges of contemporary life. 

    Established in 1994, the center pursues its mission through a number of initiatives that together make up the Levin-Lieber Family Program in Jewish Ethics:

    https://archive.reconstructingjudaism.org/center-jewish-ethics/about

    Posted on: 2018/03/23 - 10:58am

  10. Ethics Center - Training Rabbis

    An emphasis on ethics is integrated throughout the rabbinic curriculum at the Reconstructionist Rabbinical College. The cultivation of ethical leadership is supported through a range of academic courses and formative experiences, including:

    https://archive.reconstructingjudaism.org/center-jewish-ethics/training-rabbis-ethical-leadership

    Posted on: 2018/03/23 - 11:01am

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