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Down to Earth Judaism
Down to Earth Judaism
Down to Earth Judaism
Down to Earth Judaism
You must contribute at least $ 36.00 to get this item
Draws on the past and imagines the future of Jewish ways of making holy daily practice regarding food, money, sex, and rest -- for example, in pointing toward eco-kosher ways of consuming not only food but coal, oil, wood, etc; toward new Jewish sexual ethics; toward the socially responsible use of money; and toward the crucial element of restfulness in healing a production-addicted society.

Minimum: $ 36.00
Steinem & Waskow DVD
Steinem & Waskow DVD "What 80 Looks Like!"
Steinem & Waskow DVD
Steinem & Waskow DVD "What 80 Looks Like!"
You must contribute at least $ 72.00 to get this item
DVD including video and photos from the November 2013 Shalom Center celebration "This is What 80 Looks Like" featuring Reb Arthur Waskow, Gloria Steinem, David Saperstein, Letty Cottin Pogrebin, and others along with music by Miraj and the Anna Crusis choir.

Minimum: $ 72.00
Double DVD of Seders
Double DVD of Seders
Double DVD of Seders
Double DVD of Seders
You must contribute at least $ 180.00 to get this item
Rare videos of the original Freedom Seder (1969) plus Seder for the Earth (2009)

Minimum: $ 180.00
Twin Freedom Journeys & Godwrestling
Twin Freedom Journeys & Godwrestling
You must contribute at least $ 72.00 to get this item

Freedom Journeys

Freedom Journeys: The Tale of Exodus and Wilderness across Millennia re-envisions the story of Pharaoh, the Exodus, and the journey through the wilderness. Award winning spiritual and social justice leaders Rabbi Arthur O. Waskow and Rabbi Phyllis O. Berman relate the themes of Passover to our own modern-day struggles for freedom from the climate crisis, environmental destruction, corporate greed, and personal arrogance.

Godwrestling Round 2: Ancient Wisdom; Future Paths

Looks at the changing faces of Torah as renewal communities wrestle and dance with it. It includes a theology of human and Jewish history and of why the movement for Jewish renewal has appeared at this historical moment, and addresses the nature and future of the the State of Israel, the meaning of the Holocaust, applying the Jubilee in high-tech society, understanding and dealing with the present environmental crisis, prayer forms that energe from new ways of connecting with God, and other crucial tikkun-olam concerns.

Minimum: $ 72.00
Twin Books on Jewish Time: Seasons of Our Joy and A Time for Every Season Under Heaven
Twin Books on Jewish Time: Seasons of Our Joy and A Time for Every Season Under Heaven
Twin Books on Jewish Time: Seasons of Our Joy and A Time for Every Season Under Heaven
Twin Books on Jewish Time: Seasons of Our Joy and A Time for Every Season Under Heaven
You must contribute at least $ 49.00 to get this item

Seasons of Our Joy, revised edition

Circling the Jewish Calendar from Rosh Hashanah to Tisha B'Av, this lively, accessible guide provides rituals, songs, prayers, and suggestions for new approaches to holiday observance. Rabbi Arthur O. Waskow explores the meaning of each holiday in relation to the history of the Jewish people and individual spirituality, examines how the place of each holiday in the cycle of the moon and the changing seasons affects the mood of the day, and suggests ritual and spiritual ways to prepare for each festival. In his extensive afterword to this new edition, Rabbi Waskow addresses the many challenges Judaism has undergone in the last thirty years, as feminist Judaism, neo-Chassidic mysticism, eco-Judaism, and Jewish meditation have newly colored our understanding of the festivals.

A Time for Every Purpose Under Heaven (by Rabbi Arthur Ocean Waskow and Rabbi Phyllis Ocean Berman)

This book on the Jewish life-cycle is the first that integrates the newer ceremonies created during the last half-century (brit for baby girls, weaning, bat mitzvah, menarche and menopause, egalitarian and gay weddings, mid-life transformation and retirement) into the whole life-path of Jewish ceremony, expanding on and renewing the classic and ancient ceremonies.

Minimum: $ 49.00
Sing Shalom! CD -
Sing Shalom! CD -
You must contribute at least $ 36.00 to get this item
What could bring Pete Seeger, Reb Zalman Schachter-Shalomi on shofar dancing with Paul Horn on flute, Peter Yarrow, Debbie Friedman, Linda Hirschhorn, Shefa Gold, Reggie & Kim Harris, David Shneyer, Aryeh Hirschfield – we could go on and on -- all to the same "place"? An extraordinary CD, that's what, produced by The Shalom Center!

Minimum: $ 36.00
Elijah's Covenant - 10 copies
Elijah's Covenant - 10 copies
You must contribute at least $ 99.99 to get this item
10 copies of a ceremony and curriculum on healing the Earth for celebrating Bar/ Bat Mitzvah and Confirmation

Minimum: $ 99.99
Elijah's Covenant
Elijah's Covenant
You must contribute at least $ 36.00 to get this item
A ceremony and curriculum on healing the Earth for celebrating Bar/ Bat Mitvah and Confirmation

Minimum: $ 36.00
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