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  1. Community Learning landing

    This page is a hub for learning resources for your communities.

    Additional materials are being added on an ongoing basis. Let us know what you’d like to see!

    Note: Legacy educational materials from our old site are still available at http://archive.jewishrecon.org/resources/299.

    https://archive.reconstructingjudaism.org/resources-congregations/community-learning

    Posted on: 2016/10/07 - 1:53pm

  2. Reconstructionism - Believing Landing

    Reconstructionists hold diverse ideas about God, but we share an emphasis on Godliness—those hopes, beliefs, and values within us that impel us to work for a better world, that give us strength and solace in times of need, that challenge us to grow, and that deepen our joy in moments of celebration. Recognizing that all descriptions of God are metaphor, our prayerbooks offer images of God that go far beyond “king of the universe.”

      https://archive.reconstructingjudaism.org/learn/reconstructionism-believing

      Posted on: 2016/10/20 - 8:20pm

    • Reconstructionism - Belonging Landing

      The idea of Jewish peoplehood is central to Reconstructionism. Jews share binding ties that cut across differing practice, beliefs, and national boundaries, binding us together through a common history and shared destiny. At the same time, Reconstructionists reject the traditional notion of Jews as the Chosen People: we take pride in our distinctiveness and sense of vocation at the same time as we affirm the dignity and potential sanctity of all faiths and peoples. 

       

        https://archive.reconstructingjudaism.org/learn/reconstructionism-belonging

        Posted on: 2016/10/20 - 8:53pm

      • Reconstructionism - Behaving Landing

        Judaism is an evolving religious civilization. For it to remain living, we must reach out and take hold of Jewish practice, reshape it, and make it new for each generation. Reconstructionist communities study our inherited traditions and shape their practices with the assumption that the past has a vote, but not a veto.

        https://archive.reconstructingjudaism.org/learn/reconstructionism-behaving

        Posted on: 2016/10/20 - 8:54pm

      • Network Landing: Bridging the Gap from Shul to Home (2016)

        Bridging the Gap from Shul to Home

        Facilitated by Brianna Spatz, Program Manager: Education and Engagement at Camp JRF

        For educators and education directors

        Tuesdays 1 p.m.-2 p.m. EST – Nov. 1, Dec. 13, Jan. 31, March 14 & April 25

        https://archive.reconstructingjudaism.org/networks/shul-home-gap

        Posted on: 2016/10/31 - 10:01am

      • Network Landing: Community Organizing (2016-17)

        How can we effectively work for justice, while maintaining our energy and keeping our members involved?

        Facilitated by Rabbi Mordechai Liebling, Director of the Social Justice Organizing Program at RRC and student rabbi Ariana Katz, rabbinic intern for the Reconstructionist Tikkun Olam Commission

        For members already involved in Congregation Based Community Organizing (CBCO) and for those seriously exploring CBCO

        Wednesdays 12 p.m.-1 p.m. EST – Nov. 9, Dec. 14 & Jan. 18

        https://archive.reconstructingjudaism.org/networks/2016/community-organizing

        Posted on: 2016/11/01 - 3:53pm

      • Network Landing: Rabbinic Leadership in JCCs (2016-17)

        What does rabbinic leadership look like in a Jewish Community Center (JCC)?

        Facilitated by Cyd Weissman, Assistant Vice President for Innovation and Impact at RRC

        For rabbis of all denominations working in JCCs

        Mondays 1 p.m.-2 p.m. EST – Nov. 21, Jan. 23, March 27 & May 22

        https://archive.reconstructingjudaism.org/networks/2016/jcc-rabbis

        Posted on: 2016/11/01 - 3:58pm

      • Network Landing: Where Is Our Shabbat When We Work On Shabbat? (2016)

        Where is our Shabbat when we work on Shabbat?

        Facilitated by Rabbi Vivie Mayer, Director of the Mekhinah Year Program and Bet Midrash at RRC

        For congregational clergy

        Thursdays 11:30 a.m.-12:45 p.m. EST – Dec. 1, Dec. 8 & Dec. 15

        https://archive.reconstructingjudaism.org/networks/2016/shabbat-work

        Posted on: 2016/11/01 - 5:24pm

      • Network Landing: How Do We Create New Rituals for Changing Times? (2016-17)

        How do we create new rituals for changing times?

        Facilitated by Rabbi Roni Handler, Interim Director of Admissions and Recruitment at RRC, Executive Editor of Ritualwell.org

        For Reconstructionist clergy and those experienced with innovative ritual creation

        Wednesdays 1:30 p.m.-2:30 p.m. EST – Dec. 14, Feb. 15 & May 17

        https://archive.reconstructingjudaism.org/networks/2016/new-rituals

        Posted on: 2016/11/01 - 5:27pm

      • Network Landing: How Do We Make Shabbat Liturgy Come Alive? (2016)

        How Do We Make Shabbat Liturgy Come Alive?

        Facilitated by Rabbi Margot Stein, Liturgical Specialist at RRC

        For service leaders and congregational members who want to incorporate more music into their spiritual practice

        Thursdays 2:30 p.m.-3:30 p.m. EST – Jan. 12, Jan. 26 & Feb. 9

        https://archive.reconstructingjudaism.org/networks/2016/enlivening-shabbat-liturgy

        Posted on: 2016/11/01 - 5:31pm

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