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Rabbi Nancy Fuchs Kreimer, Ph.D.
January 13, 2017

New RRC Project for Multifaith Campus Chaplaincy

The Reconstructionist Rabbinical College has received a three-year, $425,000 grant from the Henry Luce Foundation to support an innovative program to empower chaplains to enhance multifaith encounters on college campuses. MORE
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January 13, 2017

Have You No Decency? Midrash and the Centrality of Love

At a recent gathering of synagogue presidents and rabbis at the Society for the Advancement of Judaism in New York, rabbinical student Mackenzie Reynolds offered a  d'var  Torah that speaks to our uncertain times.  MORE
Student Elyssa Cherney
December 27, 2016

Finding Holiness in Everyday Experience

RRC student Elyssa Cherney recently won a prestigious competition for a d’var Torah simple called “Holiness.” It is part of Cherney’s larger project to highlight the relevance of Judaism.  MORE
dove of peace
November 24, 2016

Movement Statement on Fires in Haifa

The Reconstructionist Movement expresses solidarity with Israel's firefighters and emergency rescue services who are working tirelessly to combat the spread of multiple wildfires in the Haifa region.MORE
October 31, 2016

Standing with Standing Rock

Members of the Reconstructionist community have joined the movement to halt construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline.     MORE
October 21, 2016

Standing Against the Dakota Pipeline

In an op-ed in the Forward, RRC student Miriam Grossman explains how the memory of her grandmother inspired her to spend time at the Standing Rock Reservation and take a stand against the Dakota Pipeline MORE
October 10, 2016

Statement on 9/9 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
October 7, 2016

One Rabbi's Enduring Legacy

Three years later, he and his wife Aviva died tragically. But his legacy lives on in a sermon that rabbis continue to reference and quote. MORE
October 5, 2016

Into the Mystic

Joel Hecker, Ph.D.  has spent six years translating a portion of the Zohar as part of a multinational team of scholars. As a new volume is published, the Philadelphia Inquirer takes note.  MORE
Shimon Peres
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 20, 2016

Meeting a Legend

Rabbi Deborah Waxman, Ph.D., delivered the invocation at an interfaith gathering in Philadelphia featuring U.S. Rep. John Lewis (D-Ga.), a legend of the Civil Rights Movement. MORE

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