A rabbi confronts cancer during the High Holy Days
Rabbi Seth Goldstein proposes a new holiday to celebrate Judaism's "American redemption." A celebration for all American-Jews, such a holiday would be especially significant for the Reconstructionist movement. After all, "what is Reconstructionism but Judaism of the Jewish people, by the Jewish people and for the Jewish people?"
Growing up in another generation did not always afford women the passage of becoming a bat mitzvah. In her article, Sandra Rubenstein recounts her journey to become a bat mitzvah at Kehillat Israel in Pacific Palisades, CA.
If you don't believe in a "traditional" God, why attend services? Why publish a new prayerbook?
Topics: Reconstructionism Today, Reconstructionist History, Philosophy and Theology, Reconstructionist Judaism, Religious Values Type: RT Article