This month’s blog is by Cat Zavis, the Executive Director of the Network of Spiritual Progressives and the Co-Editor of Tikkun magazine. She is also a rabbinic student in the Aleph: Alliance for Jewish Renewal rabbinic ordination program. I see my work aligned with all four of Rabbi Sid’s propositions in his lead essay for […]
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This month’s blog is by Dr. Lori Ahava Wynters, who directs Wild Seeds of Torah, an inclusive, artist/activist, earth based Jewish wisdom tradition community drawing from Torah, Zohar, intersectional feminist, critical race and art practices, and queer theologies. I so value and appreciate Rabbi Sid’s articulation in Jewish Megatrends of key propositions that lie at the […]
Rabbi Bridget Wynne This month’s post is by Rabbi Bridget Wynne, founder and director of Jewish Gateways, an open community in the San Francisco Bay Area, for wondering and wandering Jews and their family and friends. Jewish Gateways, the community I founded, grew from my experience of the disconnect between what synagogues offered and what […]
This month’s post is by Rachel Weinstein White, Founder and Executive Director of Fig Tree, an NYC-based independent Jewish education program.
This month’s post is by Melanie Weiss, Director of Summer Programs at the Center for Small Town Jewish Life.
This month’s post is by Sarah Weinberg, who serves as a gabbai at Kol Sasson Congregation in Skokie, IL.
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Lauren Schreiber Sasaki, a Montreal-born, Toronto-based arts and culture programmer, who is investing in her community, and raising multi-racial, multi-cultural and multi-faith kids with her partner in Canada’s largest urban center.
This month’s post is by Rabbi Larry Sernovitz, the the founding rabbi and executive director of Nafshenu, a spiritual community/synagogue in Cherry Hill, NJ.
This month’s post is by Anike Tourse, the founder of Mixed Operations. Mixed Operations (MO), a production company of mixed, multi-ethnic people producing motion picture films, television and web series, anchors its mission to the principle of Tzedek.
This week’s post is by Rabbi Sarah Tasman the founder of The Tasman Center for Jewish Creativity. The Tasman Center for Jewish Creativity iserves the needs of individuals, couples and families who don’t belong to a synagogue.