Rodef Shalom Suspends All Events Through April 16 in response to COVID-19.
The National Refugee Shabbat dinner planned for Friday, March 20 at 7:30pm will be rescheduled.
The Refugee Shabbat is a moment for congregations, organizations, and individuals around the country to dedicate a Shabbat experience to refugees and asylum seekers.
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Rabbi Lord Jonathan Sacks
Reflections One Year later (listen to the audio)
Recovery After Tree of Life Shooting
CBS 60 Minutes - October 20, 2019
One Year Later - The path to recovery after Tree of Life attack
The Fight to Make Meaning out of a Massacre
The Atlantic September 2019
Dor Hadash Exemplifies Virtues of Reconstructionist Judaism
Pittsburgh Jewish Chronicle September 18, 2019
Dor Hadash, targeted in massacre, declines to take part in Trump's Rosh Hashanah call Pittsburgh Post Gazette September 27, 2019
Dor Hadash exemplifies virtues of Reconstructionist Judaism
Pittsburgh Post Gazette September 23, 2019
Congregation Dor Hadash is Pittsburgh’s only Reconstructionist Jewish Congregation. We are inclusive, egalitarian, and member-led. We are an active, socially engaged, community-oriented congregation, and we are passionate about repairing the world (tikkun olam). We are proud of our history of advocating for our vision of a shared society in which diversity is celebrated. Through community and social action, we strive to tear down the walls that divide us while seeking to build a more just, thriving, and inclusive world for all of us.
Reconstructionist Judaism is a politically and religiously progressive Jewish movement that approaches both life and Judaism with a deep consideration of the past and a desire to create and share new ways of being Jewish and practicing our faith in the present. Reconstructionists often say that the past has a vote but not a veto.
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