Upcoming Events

February 5, 2014 - 7:00am - May 28, 2014 - 7:00pm
Jewish Museum, Portland, Oregon

Opening of Reclaiming Judaism Artist Sara Harwin's Illuminated Letters: Threads of Connection and the release of the Reclaiming Judaism Press volume by the same title. The exhibition's original works by Judaica artist Sara Harwin weave reflections on root...

August 10, 2014 - 1:00pm - April 28, 2016 - 1:00pm
Teleconference and annual retreat

We are turning Jewish education on its head so that our students will be better able to love life, respect life and choose life. Drawing upon extensive training and research in the methods of relational, experiential and spiritual Jewish education, our award-winning team will advance your...

New Articles

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Using the Power of Relationships to Transform the Jewish Community

Book Review by Rabbi Goldie Milgram

Relational Judaism: Using the Power of Relationships to Transform the Jewish Community
by Ron Wolfson primarily reasserts a core principle of life, business and community organizing: "It's all about relationships....

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reviewed by Rabbi Goldie Milgram

Jewish Men at the Crossroads
takes a dip into the section of the gender pool some now call "masculinism". A publication of the Conservative Movement's Federation of Jewish Men's Clubs,...

New Releases

Reclaiming Judaism Press

Provides the tools and understanding necessary to create a conscious Bar/Bat Mitzvah experience infused with spirituality and meaning. The original purpose of this important rite of passage is carefully reclaimed:...

Mitzvah Gorreret Mitzvah - One Mitzvah Leads to Another
Reclaiming Judaism Press

Perfect for gifts, events and study, these 52 Mitzvah Cards convey many of the core spiritual practices of a meaningful Jewish life. Note: Name of each mitzvah appears in Hebrew with transliteration and inspiring explanation. $18/deck - 52 beautiful, professionally printed cards in a...

New Blog Posts

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 Sometimes the way ahead seems uncertain, and we wish we had a clear sign of our best path forward. We want a sign from God. The Torah portion...

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 It was 1976 and I’d been alienated from Temple life for 20 years. Not that my parents didn’t try: they insisted my family and I come with them every...