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The Reconstructionist Rabbinical Association (RRA), established in 1974, is the professional association of Reconstructionist rabbis.

Comprised of over 300 rabbis, the RRA has three primary missions.



May 30, 2023

The Reconstructionist Rabbinical Association¬†is a member of the Progressive Israel Network.¬†The Progressive Israel Network (PIN) welcomes the Biden administration's national-level plan to fight antisemitism, a plan that demonstrates the federal government's commitment to confronting this serious threat.   More

March 15, 2023

The Reconstructionist Rabbinical Association expresses disappointment with the Biden Administration's decision to approve the multi-billion dollar Willow Oil drilling project in Alaska.   More

March 6, 2023

We, the undersigned, who care deeply about the security and well-being of the State of Israel, are signing this letter to protest the racism and incitement of long-time settlement movement leader and Netanyahu-appointed Finance Minister Betzalel Smotrich who is reportedly planning a trip to the United States.   More


February 7, 2023

Jewish Family Service of Western Massachusetts sees change of leadership, Maxine Stein retires, Rabbi James Greene succeeds   More

January 5, 2023

Rabbi Elyse Wechterman said she will officiate at the funeral for a person who is to be cremated, reasoning that "just because there wasn't a traditional burial, does not mean the mourners can't have traditional mourning."   More

September 25, 2022

Rabbi Toba Spitzer understands how the language of Jewish prayer can stand in the way of the meaningful spiritual experience many people are seeking. Her solution is to "dislodge" unhelpful metaphors of prayer and look for meaning in different ones...   More

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