Becoming a rabbi is a huge commitment in time, energy and personal resources. Our students spend five to six years in full-time, concentrated study, acquiring the skills, knowledge and experience necessary to assume positions of leadership in the Jewish community. We encourage you to evaluate this decision carefully from every possible angle.
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Browse videos and read stories about people in the RRC community.
Read the Blog of RRC's Department of Multifaith Studies and Initiatives
Nancy Fuchs-Kreimer, Ph.D., director of RRC's Department of Multifaith Studies, and Rabbi Melissa Heller '08, have launched a blog where you can learn and share ideas on the challenges and opportunities inherent in a world of diverse religions, and find out more about the expanding field of science and religion.
There are more than 100 Reconstructionist congregations in the United States and Canada. Attending a service or program at a local congregation is a great way to learn more about the Reconstructionist movement. The website of Jewish Reconstructionist Communities maintains a directory of Reconstructionist congregations. If you are presently in Israel, you may want to visit the Jerusalem Reconstructionist Minyan—a monthly Shabbat morning minyan led by RRC students.