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Reconstructing Judaism explores and funds innovative ideas for connecting with and serving unengaged and under-engaged populations — in new ways and spaces. Congregation Bet Haverim created "Your Jewish Bridge" in Atlanta, and its founder shares lessons learned after the first year and a half of the project. 

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In our second Network for Network Builders session, we discussed the values that drive our work and identified strategies for weaving our values into building networks.

Our Network for Network Builders discussion, led by Cyd Weissman, welcomed us into a world of thinkers and leaders guided by a "culture of generosity." By taking time to share success stories, open up challenging discussions, and provide mentorship, we learned about building a network of trust among colleagues near and far.

Cyd Weissman reports back from the leading edge of Jewish innovation.

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Lesser describes the evolution of an LGBT synagogue and dissects the meaning of inclusive community.

Rabbi Harris's article focuses on the benefits that non-Jews, mostly with Jewish partners, bring to the community. Harris leads us away from the "framework of cost" to open up the conversation on intermarriage.

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Listserv thread discussing synagogue membership requirements for religious school enrollment

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