Here are some important announcements from the Reconstructionist movement for Fall 2017:
Save the date! The Reconstructionist Convention is happening in Philadelphia November 15-18, 2018. Join with other Reconstructionists to sing, pray, learn, eat and be together. More details coming soon!
We are partnering with IsraelExperts to offer an Israel trip open to all members of Reconstructionist communities in March 2018. If you are interested in the trip, please contact Rabbi Maurice Harris in our Department of Affiliate Support.
The Reconstructionist movement is forming a Joint Israel Commission, and we are seeking commission members. We are asking members of congregations and havurot to nominate individuals who have strong interpersonal skills, especially involving respectful dialogue and debate, as well as a willingness to listen and to model civility. Candidates should also be committed to the success and health of the Reconstructionist movement. For more information or to nominate someone, please contact Rabbi Maurice Harris in our Department of Affiliate Support.
Registration is now open for our two Reconstructionist summer camps!
Camp Havaya (Pennsylvania) is an incredibly diverse and welcoming community where we encourage our kids to discover what being Jewish means to them—no matter who they are or where they come from. It’s why so many campers call us home!
Havaya Arts (California) is where top-notch arts and summer camp meet. Together, we create a place where vibrant Jewish communal life enhances our art, which in turn enhances Jewish life and identity. It’s where campers become the best versions of themselves.
Registration and more information are available at CampHavaya.org and HavayaArts.org.
Explore the crucial questions of Jewish life that just can’t be Googled, and that matter most to you. Join a Reconstructionist Learning Network to journey, imagine and create. Networks are free for members of Reconstructionist congregations and havurot. Learn more and register here.
If you’ve ever considered becoming a rabbi, or know someone who has, check out RRC’s upcoming Institute for Prospective Students. Learn more: www.rrc.edu/openhouse.
Save the Date! The Global Day of Jewish Learning is Nov. 12, 2017. The live event will take place from 10 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at Kol Emet in Yardley, Pennsylvania, and will feature a brunch, workshops, and a keynote presentation by Lori Lefkowitz, Ph.D. If you are unable to attend in person, the Lori’s presentation will be livestreamed. This year’s theme will focus on “Beauty and Ugliness.” Look for more information coming soon.