“We struggle to rejoice in budding trees”
Nurturing a seed of a quality we want to cultivate
An outline of questions to spark intimate conversation aligned with each of the four worlds of the Tu Bi’Shevat seder
Tu Bishvat seder focused on environmental issues
Imagining the human as tree
“the trees and we, too, did bloom”
Kiddush: Humanist liturgy
A Tu Bi’Shevat seder that honors and acknowledges people with disabilities
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
Welcome Hanukkah through the Nia movement practice. We’ll kindle our unique candles to music by Jewish singers, followed by prompts for reflection and writing. Nia is adaptable to individual needs and abilities. Move with us on December 7, 2023.
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