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  1. Commission on Homosexuality Report 1992

    In 1992, the Federation of Reconstructionist Congregations and Havurot released a report entitled Homosexuality And Judaism: The Reconstructionist Position, a document affirming the humanity and equality of gay and lesbian Jews and advocating for inclusion and welcome in all areas of Jewish life — a forthright stance that put Reconstructionism in the vanguard of religious organizations at that time. 

    https://archive.reconstructingjudaism.org/document/reconstructionist-commission-homosexuality-report-1992

    Posted on: 2020/12/22 - 12:51pm

  2. Virtual Shabbat Box archive - December 2020

  3. Tu B'Shvat Box

  4. Landing page: Love and Caring in the Time of Corona

    How Jewish educators can care for the Social, Emotional, and Spiritual well being of their students now and in the coming months

    Facilitated by Nancy Parkes and joined by Cyd Weissman, Dr. Evie Rotstein and Dr. Jeff Kress

    Wednesday,  May 27 , 1:00-2:15 PM EST

    The session will be facilitated through online meeting applications called Zoom and will be recorded and available to participants. Technical support will be provided. You may join the session live or watch recordings at your own convenience.

    https://archive.reconstructingjudaism.org/love-and-caring-time-corona

    Posted on: 2020/05/05 - 4:07pm

  5. VBDM - Coronavirus

    In this time of danger and uncertainty, we look to Jewish values for guidance. But when it comes to making complicated decisions, Jewish teachings on their own can’t tell us what to do. Often, two deeply held values are in conflict and we need to prioritize one over the other. At other times, we face the challenge of bringing traditional Jewish teachings into conversation with unprecedented circumstances or new scientific knowledge.

    https://archive.reconstructingjudaism.org/center-jewish-ethics/coronavirus/vbdm

    Posted on: 2020/05/08 - 2:18pm

  6. Respecting Elders - Coronavirus

    The imperative to honor our elders has taken on particular relevance in this time of pandemic because older people are particularly vulnerable to the novel coronavirus. How might this value shape our decisions as individuals and as community leaders? How will the decisions we make elevate the social status of older people? How will we invest resources in their well-being?

    Traditional sources

    Click here for study guide

    https://archive.reconstructingjudaism.org/center-jewish-ethics/coronavirus/respecting-elders

    Posted on: 2020/05/08 - 2:21pm

  7. Human Dignity - Coronavirus

    Jewish ethical tradition assigns ultimate value to each human life. Across the diversity of circumstances and traits that differentiate one human being from another, we are equal with regard to our dignity whatever our age, background, wealth, gender, physical appearance or ability. How can we intervene when policy decisions and social practices conspire to treat some people as more disposable than others? What changes can we make in our personal and communal lives to uphold the dignity of those who are marginalized?

    https://archive.reconstructingjudaism.org/center-jewish-ethics/coronavirus/human-dignity

    Posted on: 2020/05/08 - 2:22pm

  8. Cultivating Community - Coronavirus

    The central practices of Jewish life — prayer, study, celebrating, caregiving — require community. Communal institutions organize people together for the collective pursuit of sacred purpose and for mutual support. In the midst of a pandemic, we are discovering new ways and structures for cultivating community even as our buildings are closed and we practice social distancing. What are we learning right now about new strategies for overcoming isolation and building community?

    https://archive.reconstructingjudaism.org/center-jewish-ethics/coronavirus/cultivating-community

    Posted on: 2020/05/08 - 2:24pm

  9. Dreamwork as Window to the Soul

    Led by Haviva Ner-David

    Wednesdays, 1:00–2:15pm ET: June 17, July 1, July 15, July 29, August 12, August 26

    $216 for six sessions

    All sessions will be recorded and available to participants. You may join the session live or watch recordings at your own convenience.

    https://archive.reconstructingjudaism.org/dream-work

    Posted on: 2020/05/11 - 7:13pm

  10. Writing from Sacred Text

    Led by Alden Solovy

    Tuesdays, 1:00–2:15pm ET: June 2, 9, 16, 23

    $144 for four sessions

    https://archive.reconstructingjudaism.org/writing-sacred-text

    Posted on: 2020/05/11 - 7:26pm

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