Relationships define and strengthen Jewish Peoplehood. Relationships such as those between God and Israel, parent and child, and rabbi and student are all central to our tradition. For Judaism to thrive in the future, however, Jews must focus on building relationships with other Jews. We must transcend traditional boundaries such as background, education, or…Read More
is not just a personal experience,
a dynamic sense of belonging
to something greater.
between the universal and particular
animates the meaning of Jewish Peoplehood.
Jews have never been
a uniform people
with one set of beliefs, practices and priorities;
is full of difference and debate.
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This collection of 16 essays on the topic of sustainability and its connection to Jewish Peoplehood is a partnership between the CJPE and Siach. With shmita as the framework, authors from different disciplines consider what sustainability means for the Jewish People in the 21st Century. Some take an activist stance and call on us to…Read More
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Our team is a diverse group of experts in education and organizational transformation. We offer leaders and educators a wide variety of resources focused on Jewish Peoplehood education including professional development, organizational consulting and program development.