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October 14, 2016

Condemning UNESCO's Temple Mount Resolution

UNESCO’s resolution denying the Jewish history of the Temple Mount in Jerusalem flies in the face of scholarship and history and is in no way helpful to the goal of peace. MORE
October 10, 2016

Statement on October 9 Terrorist Attack

We at RRC/Jewish Reconstructionist Communities are grieving the murders of Levana Malichi, z'l, and Yosef Kirma, z'l, killed yesterday in a terrorist attack in Jerusalem.  MORE
September 28, 2016

Mourning a Statesman, Peacemaker and Legend

We mourn the passing of Shimon Peres and celebrate the totality of his life, especially his ceaseless efforts to bring peace to the region. He dreamed of a region transformed by economic cooperation and mutual respect and interaction. May his dream soon be a reality. MORE
September 18, 2016

A Statement From the Movement

The leadership of the Reconstructionist Rabbinical College/Jewish Reconstructionist Communities and the Reconstructionist Rabbinical Association extend our heartfelt condolences and prayers to the victims and families of the frightening acts of violence that have shaken several of our cities this weekend. MORE
August 17, 2016

Getting Back on the Balance Beam

In a piece for eJewishphilanthropy.com, Rabbi Isaac Saposnik and Rabbi Jacob Lieberman liken the maintaining of an inclusive and safe camp environment to a balance beam routine: Sometimes things don’t go as planned, but you get back on the beam and move forward. MORE
July 10, 2016

Denouncing Racism and Xenophobia

RRC/ Jewish Reconstructionist Communities joined the Jewish Social Justice Roundtable and a number of other Jewish groups in signing a letter denouncing racism and xenophobia. MORE
July 8, 2016

A Call for Healing This Shabbat

Reeling from a period of violence and death, this Shabbat we mourn, pray and raise up what is good. And after Shabbat, we do what we can to heal our broken world.  MORE
June 14, 2016

We Mourn, We Pray

In the wake of terror, a call to choose life and reject hate and intolerance.   MORE
April 25, 2016

Count the Omer with us

This year, we’re counting the omer, while featuring the painting Omer 2014, by D’vorah Horn. Follow along on our Instagram and Facebook. We hope you’ll join us on this meditative journey! MORE
April 4, 2016

Jewish Peoplehood Today

In a Forward op-ed, Rabbi Deborah Waxman, Ph.D., argues that, in order to remain relevant, the idea of Jewish peoplehood must encourage a values-based communal life. MORE

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