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Your Virtual Rosh Hashanah/Yom Kippur Box holds many ways to celebrate the holiday. Choose what nurtures you. Listen, watch or read. (Rosh Hashanah, Sept. 15-17; Yom Kippur, Sept. 24-25)
Rabbi Deborah Waxman, Ph.D., speaks with Rabbi Vivie Mayer about what the avodah service can teach us today.
Explore the concepts of sin and repentance from a contemporary, Reconstructionist perspective.
Learn to make bolo, a lightly sweet bread, stuffed with crushed nuts, raisins and spices that comes from the Jewish communities of North Africa.
Need a last-minute refresher on how to chant the central prayers of the holiday? They’re all here.
Rabbi Deborah Waxman, Ph.D., explores the Avodah service from the time of the Temples and what it can mean for us today.
We invite you to explore our collection of Rosh Hashanah resources and have a meaningful, joyful New Year.
Learn how to make a traditional Mizrahi fish recipe.
This inspiring poem focuses on the metaphorical seeds of justice, love, joy and peace.
From using stones instead of breadcrumbs to reframing the theology of sin, this video offers a contemporary take on a traditional ritual.
How do we affect teshuvah when the person we are addressing is ourselves? To shed light, Rabbi Michael Strassfeld explores concepts from Hasidism and Buddhism.
Poet Shoshanah Tornberg writes about how the shofar can break the heart open.
Rabbi Deborah Waxman, Ph.D and Rabbi Sandra Lawson discuss their respective processes of preparing for the High Holidays: how, as human beings, they undertake an accounting of the soul.
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Placement resources for rabbis and congregations
Professional group for people leading schools in Reconstructionist congregations
Professional association of Reconstructionist rabbis