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Rabbinic Intern

Reconstructionist Rabbinical College
1299 Church Road
Wyncote, Pennsylvania 19095
United States

Company Description: The Reconstructionist Rabbinical Association (RRA), established in 1974, is the professional association of Reconstructionist rabbis. Comprising nearly 300 rabbis,...   more
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RRA Convention 2012 - San Diego, CA - March 18-21, 2012
www.therra.org, 21 Mar 2012 [cached]
Amy Loewenthal convention@therra.org (215) 576-5210 x239
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RRC Student Amy Loewenthal (convention@therra.org) is this year's Convention Coordinator.
Class will be led by our ...
www.bethor.org, 19 Feb 2012 [cached]
Class will be led by our Rabbinic Intern, Amy Lowenthal - Reconstructionist Rabbinical College, Class of 2012. CLASS:PUBLIC RRULE:FREQ=WEEKLY;INTERVAL=1;COUNT=4;WKST=SU;BYDAY=TU END:VEVENT END:VCALENDAR
RRA Convention 2012 - General Information
www.therra.org, 21 Mar 2012 [cached]
Amy Loewenthal convention@therra.org (215) 576-5210 x239
GENERAL INFORMATION
Please check this website often for updates on the convention; we will be posting all updates here as we have them available.
For convention-related questions: please contact our Convention Coordinator Amy Loewenthal at the RRA office (215) 576-5210 x 239 or email convention@therra.org.
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To help us have the right amount of table space available, please send Amy Loewenthal (convention@therra.org) an e-mail telling her what you are bringing (e.g., CDs for sale, copies of a newsletter, brochures, etc).
About Us | Or Haneshamah
www.orh.ca, 15 Aug 2010 [cached]
Beginning in October, Student Rabbi Amy Loewenthal will be providing spiritual and educational leadership to OrH. Amy is in her final year of studies at the RRC and will be ordained in June 2012. "I'm looking forward to a busy final year at RRC", Amy said, "and especially to serving Or Haneshamah during my monthly visits. Amy loves to lead davenning and has been called "that rabbi who rocks out" and a leader who "prays with her whole body."
Student rabbis who work with OrH visit on the first weekend of each month, and have a busy schedule. They meet on Friday night with the OrH B'nai Mitzvah group, lead Shabbat services, teach Adult Education sessions on Saturday evening and Sunday morning, and usually squeeze in time for pastoral visits, as well.
Amy Loewenthal grew up in New York City, attended University and enjoyed a "first career" teaching Math and Science in High School and College. She then became a Jewish educator and service leader. She served at the Reconstructionist affiliate Temple Beth Hatfiloh in Olympia, Washington and at Chavurah B' Yachad in Salt Lake City, Utah. Amy also studied Music at Centralia College and is a member of the Women Cantors Network.
Amy then began her rabbinical studies at the RRC in Philadelphia, all the while experiencing different facets of Jewish life, including receiving training in Clinical Pastoral Education (CPE) at Jefferson Hospital and working as a chaplain. Amy's required academic year in Israel turned into two full years of study in University and Yeshiva.
For Amy, designing a prayer service is like planning a lesson, because it involves imagining the experience that she wants the community to have, choosing and arranging elements within a framework, and mindfully considering modes of transmission, including active communal participation, that bring the experience of tefilah to life.
?Through contacts with Christian, Jewish and Muslim interfaith groups, Amy has developed an interest in interfaith work and inter-religious text study. She is interested in commonalities and differences between faiths, and has recently been learning about Musawa, a movement with a feminist, almost Reconstructionist approach to Islam.
Amy Lowenthal
www.bethhatfiloh.org, 12 Sept 2005 [cached]
AMY LOWENTHAL, Principal, Beit Sefer Religious School
Born and raised in New York City , Amy began exploring her Jewish identity after moving to Olympia in 1980.She has been engaged in Jewish study ever since, serving Temple Beth Hatfiloh as Beit Sefer Principal, B'nai Mitzvah Coordinator, and Cantorial Associate.She also serves Chavurah B'Yachad, a reconstructionist congregation in Salt Lake City , Utah as Cantorial Leader.
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