“May the new orchard bloom, and the First Fruits be blessed”
“We are each given exactly one chance to be”
Remember to keep going up.
A ceremony following or in lieu of Mincha (afternoon service)
An article describing the custom of planting a tree in memory of a loved one
A tradition dating from the Talmudic era
Traditionally, a cypress tree was planted when a daughter was born and a cedar for a son. Their branches were woven together to make the wedding canopy.
One-stop shop for progressive Jewish books and ritual objects
Placement resources for rabbis and congregations
Professional group for people leading schools in Reconstructionist congregations
Professional association of Reconstructionist rabbis
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