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College News

 

News from the Reconstructionist Rabbinical College

 

You can find a list of our public positions and endorsements here.

College News
November 20, 2018

In the scope of Jewish history, a half century is a blip. Yet viewed through our contemporary lens, the Reconstructionist Rabbinical College’s impact has been incalculable, eclipsing our size and resources, reflecting an enduring and bold vision. We’re overjoyed to present a 50th anniversary showcase, a way for you to experience (or relive) the RRC experiment as it has unfolded so far.

College News
September 26, 2018

In 5778, the hashtags #TimesUp #MeToo #GamAni sparked a broad communal conversation about abuses of power on the part of individuals and institutions, within and beyond the Jewish community. The year brought revelations of misconduct among celebrities and government officials, and in Jewish schools, organizations, and synagogues. Now, powerful people who abuse their power are being held accountable, and this is a development that is welcome and long overdue. That doesn’t mean it is easy.

College News
August 27, 2018

Rabbi Mordecai Liebling joined with labor and faith leaders in support of immigrants in an August 15 rally in Philadelphia that drew thousands. 

College News
August 14, 2018

Congregation Kehilat Shalom, a Reconstructionist congregation in Belle Mead, has appointed Rabbi Jacob Best Adler, a graduate of the Reconstructionist Rabbinical College. As a student, Adler co-wrote “The Hamilton Haggadah” with a classmate. The two rewrote Lin-Manuel Miranda’s famous songs to tell the story of Moses leading the Israelites out of Egypt. The project went viral the week before Passover in 2016, and received national media coverage.

College News
July 30, 2018

In her position as the newly installed rabbi of West End Synagogue, a Reconstructionist congregation on the Upper West Side, Kennebrae aims to challenge notions of what a Jew looks like.

College News
June 20, 2018

Newly graduated Rabbi Sandra Lawson was profiled in the Philadelphia Jewish Exponent

College News
June 19, 2018

Rabbi Michael Pollack's quest to end political corruption in Pennsylvania was profiled in Tablet Magazine.

College News
February 28, 2018

Serving Jewish prisoners in state prison, rabbinic students find new perspectives on freedom and responsibility.

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