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Reconstructionist Learning 2019‑20

Building a more just and compassionate world  

Reconstructionist Learning provides opportunities for personal exploration, community engagement and spiritual development. 

Enjoy access to experts who are passionately living what they teach.
Pick the learning that’s right for you.

Requirements                                  

How To

We meet online by video for hour-long sessions. To connect to our video-conferencing platform, Zoom, you need a computer, iPad or phone with a working camera, speaker and microphone. Technical support is available by emailing learningnetworks@reconstructingjudaism.org in advance of the call.

If you’re unable to make the session live, all sessions will be recorded and made available to registrants afterward.

Cost

Reconstructionist Learning Networks are free to members and staff of the affiliates of Reconstructing Judaism and members of the Reconstructionist Rabbinical Association (RRA). For non-members, the suggested donation is $54 per network. To see if your synagogue or havurah is affiliated, please visit http://www.ReconstructingJudaism.org/directory.

Ritualwell Immersions are initiatives from Ritualwell, an online home for innovative Jewish rituals. Immersions go in-depth with expert rabbis and teachers to develop personalized rituals and engage in meaningful Jewish learning. 

Questions?

Contact LearningNetworks@ReconstructingJudaism.org

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