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Reconstructionist Learning Networks 2018-19

Connect with people across geography and perspectives.

Learn and teach with colleagues and experts.

Act to build a more just and joyous world.

The wisdom to build the world we seek is in the Zoom Room, our online meeting platform.

Come on in. Join a Reconstructionist Learning Network today. Scroll down to see our network offerings.


How To

Networks meet two to six times a year online through videoconferencing for approximately one hour for each session. To connect to our videoconferencing platform, Zoom, you need a computer, laptop or handheld device with a working camera, speakers and microphone. Technical support is available.


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 www.ReconstructingJudaism.org/directory

Network Immersions are in-depth, fee-based courses. Network Immersions require some coursework (reading and/or writing) and a willingness to bring your creative energy and commitment. Reconstructionist members, staff of Reconstructionist affiliates and Network subscribers receive a 10% discount.

To access all Learning Networks and Network Immersions at the member rate, non-members may purchase an annual subscription for $118. Subscribers may participate in unlimited networks and will receive a 10% discount on Network Immersions.


Contact LearningNetworks@ReconstructingJudaism.org

Innovation and Growth Networks

How do I weave an effective network of leaders in common purpose? How can I find support to search and apply for grants? How can I create and develop my own podcast? How can I use tech tools to promote my community?

Education and Administration Networks

How can Jewish stories help families live Jewish values? What can summer camp teach us about experiential education? What are best practices for executive directors? How can I be an effective educator in a leadership role?

Spirituality and Justice Networks

How can we talk openly about embracing the racial and ethnic differences in our Jewish American communities? How can we integrate Jewish mindfulness into daily spiritual practice? How can we hold open, pluralistic conversations when faced with challenging differences of opinion?



Jewish Spiritual Director Training Program

Join a new two-year program, Bekhol Derakhekha Da’ehu (Know God in All Your Ways), open to anyone interested in becoming a spiritual director. Application deadline for this program is Aug. 31, 2018. Please send applications to Mary Buhring at mbuhring@rrc.edu.


Evolve: Groundbreaking Jewish Conversations

Evolve seeks to promote the ongoing evolution of the Jewish community by launching conversation about the urgent issues of our day. This platform offers conversation-sparking essays from thought-leading rabbis, lay leaders and creators. Explore the best thinking on pressing, contemporary questions.