About Us

Reclaiming Judaism is dedicated to program, ritual and resource research and development in order to facilitate meaningful engagement with Judaism among all age groups. We bring together seekers, teachers and innovators from across the full spectrum of Judaism in the pursuit of Jewish educational excellence and healthy and holy approaches to klal Yisrael, the caring fullness of Jewish peoplehood. We have provided programs since 2000 in over 70 countries and 453 cities world-wide. Reclaiming Judaism Press is a subsidiary of Reclaiming Judaism. 

In our work we have been recognized by the Covenant Foundation and funded by the Nathan Cummings Foundation, Myerhoff Foundation, Hadassah Foundation, Makor Ha-Lev Foundation, the Beitman Philanthropic Fund, and many others. We are a 501C3 non-profit registered in the State of New York, serving internationally. 

MAJOR INITIATIVES 

Our website went live circa 1993. We continue to provide and develop what we perceive to be the largest free Internet data base of material on inclusive adult Jewish spiritual practice and meaningful bar/bat mitzvah articles and resources. 

Our program division, established as a non-profit in 2000, offers workshops, in-service training, lectures, and guidance sessions under titles such as Mitzvah Stories, the Power of Ethical Action, Judaism as a Spiritual Practice, The B Mitzvah! Bar and Bat Mitzvah Family Adventure, Torah as Metaphor, and Jewish Approaches to Jewish Spiritual Direction, are among our current program initiatives available on-line, in print and as programs for individuals and communities. 

Reclaiming Judaism Press: Our non-profit publishing division, established in 2011, is dedicated to creating needed new resources for meaningful Jewish living which reveal the daily applications of Judaism's core spiritual practices within a context of respectful pluralism. We convene leading innovators, storytellers, rabbis, authors, and educators from across the full spectrum of Jewish life and practice as volunteers in the creation of each book and resource. All funds generated by volume sales are put toward scholarships to train Jewish educators and clergy in dynamic teaching and guidance methods for Jewish learning and living.  

Administrative Address: 17 Rodman Oval, New Rochelle, NY 10805.
Telephone: 914-500-5696.

E-mail contact: Rabbi Goldie Milgram, Founder and Executive Vice President
                         Rabbi Shohama Wiener, Director of Spiritual Guidance and Development