Weddings. Welcoming a New Baby. Bar/Bat Mitzvah.

These are moments of celebration. Of transformation. Of transition from single to married, from couple to parents, from child to teen.

How do we make these precious moments meaningful?

How do we create a wedding or other lifecycle ceremony that celebrates who we are- individually and as a couple or family? That expresses our most treasured values?

How do we prepare for the ceremony itself and plan thoughtfully and lovingly for the new stage of life that follows?

How do we create space to connect with each other amidst all of the details of planning an event?

As a rabbi and teacher of mindfulness meditation, these are the questions that are in my heart and mind as we work together.

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Rabbi Margie Jacobs shared Reconstructionist Rabbinical College's Let's Journey Together. ...

These are anxious times. And yet, we know we can emerge stronger. Why? The Reconstructionist Approach to Judaism is built on the strength of traditions from generations past. We use our history, texts, and teachings to nourish current and future generations, while acknowledging uncertainty and embracing our capacity for change.

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