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Nafshenu is an independent, energetic, congregation of about 20 households in the Cherry Hill, New Jersey area with a closely-knit and strong team of lay leaders. They are currently served by Student Rabbi David Goodman (RRC ’22). Authenticity and joy animate this very multi-generational congregation, as well as an eagerness

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Reconstructionist Congregation Beth Israel

Reconstructionist Congregation Beth Israel (RCBI) joined the Reconstructionist movement in 1997; it is now a strategic partner of Temple Israel (egalitarian Conservative) and one of two congregations at Temple Israel & Jewish Community Center (TI-JCC). RCBI is Bergen County’s only Reconstructionist congregation. Although our history and traditions date back to

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Congregation Beth Hatikvah

We are a group of very different people—Jew and non-Jew, men and women, straight and LGBTQ, people of different ethnicities, beliefs, political stripes, and backgrounds—who share one thing. We experience Judaism as a sort of magnetic force drawing us together, and within it we find, in one way or another, the

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Bnai Keshet

Our Mission Bnai Keshet is a vibrant Reconstructionist congregation that values both the unique individual backgrounds and beliefs of its diverse members and our shared historical traditions. We celebrate our role as participants in the evolution of Judaism by engaging our tradition thoughtfully, so it remains meaningful and relevant to

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