Back by popular demand! Building on the “God in Metaphor” class that finished in March, we continue our exploration of new ways of thinking about the divine. Whether “Water” or “Place,” “Voice,” or “Fire,” Jewish tradition is rich in nonhuman metaphors for God. Come find out how they might enliven your spiritual practice and sense of connection to something beyond ourselves. More » about God in Metaphor: Part Two
Dorshei Tzedek is a dynamic and growing Reconstructionist congregation in West Newton, Massachusetts. We are dedicated to Jewish learning and to ethical Jewish living in the modern world. Our Reconstructionist educational program is committed to making Judaism relevant and meaningful for children as well as adults.
Our community includes people from a wide variety of Jewish backgrounds, as well as interfaith families and people with little or no previous Jewish learning or experience. We embrace one another’s unique points of view. Our membership includes families, couples, and singles of all ages, Jews by birth and Jews by choice (or still choosing). We value and include everyone regardless of age, marital status, income level, or sexual orientation. More » about Who We Are
“It was the best of times, it was the worst of times.” This quote from “A Tale of Two Cities” sums up my feelings about this double portion, and especially “kedoshim” — it’s the best of “parshiot” (Torah portions), and in some ways the worst. More » about Contested Prohibitions: Achrei Mot-Kedoshim