Aleph Alliance for Jewish Renewal

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Aleph Alliance for Jewish Renewal
Aleph Alliance for Jewish Renewal is listed in the Human Services Organizations category in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Displayed below is the only current social network for Aleph Alliance for Jewish Renewal which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of Aleph Alliance for Jewish Renewal on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 63.

Contact information for Aleph Alliance for Jewish Renewal is:
7000 Lincoln Dr
Philadelphia, PA 19119
(215) 247-9700

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Aleph Alliance for Jewish Renewal has an overall ZapScore of 63. This means that Aleph Alliance for Jewish Renewal has a higher ZapScore than 63% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania is 28 and in the category is 35. Learn more about ZapScore.

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Passing the Baton - Leadership Transitions at ALEPH: Alliance for Jewish Renewal Wed. June 21, 2017 ALEPH: Alliance for Jewish Renewal is pleased to welcome Rabbinic Pastor David Daniel Klipper as the incoming Chair of the ALEPH Board, joined by Linda Jo Doctor as Vice-Chair. Said Rabbinic Pastor David Daniel Klipper, “I take up leadership of the ALEPH Board with humility and gratitude. I am excited to work with the ALEPH board to advance the legacy of Reb Zalman by providing support for existing programs, creating new opportunities for current and emerging spiritual leaders, and nurturing the growth of Jewish communities that showcase transformational Judaism. We have a brilliant and talented team of spiritual teachers and staff to accomplish these tasks, and we approach these challenges with energy and enthusiasm.” Click to read entire press release: https://aleph.org/passing-the-baton-leadership-transitions-at-aleph-alliance-for-jewish-renewal

REGISTRATION CLOSES TOMORROW! Please join us for our next exciting Rosh Chodesh class in the New Moon series. Spots are still available. Class Name: Rosh Chodesh/New Moon Circle Teacher: Kohenet D’vorah J. Grenn, Ph.D. Dates: Thursday, June 22, 2017 Time: 8:30 pm to 10:00 pm EST, 5:30 pm to 7:00 pm PST Cost: $25 Course Description: One interpretation of the sense/theme for this month is Seeing as in seeing life as it is, really seeing who and what is around us; another is sight, in the sense of being perceptive. We will talk about honing both capacities in ourselves. How can we improve our capacity to see clearly, when we're moving too fast or when what we’re looking at scares us, or makes us sad or angry? What are the consequences of looking away, of choosing not to see? What elements do we need to take into account in order to to sharpen our perception? Register Online: https://aleph.org/civicrm/event/register?reset=1&id=136

Torah from ALEPH: Transgressive Women => Transformative Leaders By Rabbi Arthur Waskow The traditional Torah-reading and prophetic passage for Shabbat Shelach L’Cha do three things in their storytelling that today we would not think conventional or “proper”: • They use puns and word-plays to reach beyond conventional language, to make a deep religious and spiritual point; • They treat sexuality not with prudish reserve but with relish, as one path toward a life of love and Spirit; • They treat living not according to convention but on the edge, at the fringes of our selves and of society, as a sacred path to God. Try that in most of our synagogues, churches, mosques, temples! Click to read entire article: https://kolaleph.org/2017/06/16/torah-from-aleph-transgressive-women-transformative-leaders-by-rabbi-arthur-waskow/
The traditional Torah-reading and prophetic passage for  Shabbat Shelach L’Cha do three things in their storytelling that today we would not think conventional or “proper”: They u…

One Straight, White, Cis-Gender Rabbi’s Role as an LGBTQ Ally - Featuring ALEPH Clergy Camp teacher Rabbi Mike Moskowitz
Featuring our very own Clergy Camp teacher Rabbi Mike Moskowitz I was approached last week, after a speech I delivered on transgender inclusivity, and was asked if I had transitioned from female to…

Please join us for our next exciting Rosh Chodesh class in the New Moon series. Spots are still available. Class Name: Rosh Chodesh/New Moon Circle Teacher: Kohenet D’vorah J. Grenn, Ph.D. Dates: Thursday, June 22, 2017 Time: 8:30 pm to 10:00 pm EST, 5:30 pm to 7:00 pm PST Cost: $25 Course Description: One interpretation of the sense/theme for this month is Seeing as in seeing life as it is, really seeing who and what is around us; another is sight, in the sense of being perceptive. We will talk about honing both capacities in ourselves. How can we improve our capacity to see clearly, when we're moving too fast or when what we’re looking at scares us, or makes us sad or angry? What are the consequences of looking away, of choosing not to see? What elements do we need to take into account in order to to sharpen our perception? Register Online: https://aleph.org/civicrm/event/register?reset=1&id=136