Ritualwell.org is the leading online resource to find Jewish rituals. Since 2001, Ritualwell has helped hundreds of thousands of users find, adapt, and create rituals expressing their Jewish lives and practices. Ritualwell offers resources for moments for which Jewish tradition has been silent—loss of a pregnancy, welcoming an adopted child into the family, recovery from a personal or humanitarian crisis. Our vast database includes content for weddings, baby namings, funerals, healing, daily prayer and mindfulness, and more. For today’s Jews and fellow travelers who seek contemporary, individualized, accessible Jewish expression, Ritualwell is a treasured guide.
Ritualwell promotes a democratic Judaism where everyone is welcome to and join a conversation on Jewish life and ritual. By responding to user input, we continue to adapt to emerging areas of interest and concern, and we publish regular blog posts on a variety of topics. To stay in touch, sign up for our monthly emails featuring our latest content. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Ritualwell is housed at the Reconstructionist Rabbinical College in Wyncote, PA. The site was originally a project of Kolot: The Center for Jewish Women’s and Gender Studies of RRC and was created in partnership with Ma’ayan, the Jewish Women’s Project. Ritualwell is led by Executive Editor Rabbi Roni Handler and Editor Hila Ratzabi. Thanks to Rabbi Rona Shapiro, Lori Lefkovitz and Ruth Heiges for their contributions to earlier iterations of this project.