ALEPH: Alliance for Jewish Renewal

Join us for

Kallah K’tanah  July 6 – 10, 2022 Fort Collins, CO

Kallah K'tanah Info & RegistrationKallah K'tanah Class Offerings
ALEPH is an alliance of organizations, individuals, shuls, and more at the vibrant cutting edge of Judaism.

Join the Network

We value heart-and-soul-centered experience, and we integrate and evolve spiritual technologies to serve the needs of today and tomorrow.

Become A Partner

Find out about becoming an Emerging Partner, a Collaborative Partner or a Core Partner!

Support Us

Please consider making a donation to ALEPH with a one-time gift, a sustaining gift or an endowment.
“There is spiritual technology that we haven’t yet learned to explore.”
– Rabbi Zalman Schachter-Shalomi z”l

Connecting

SouLIFT week-long retreats, retreat-based summer learning at the Kallah, the Kesher Fellowship mentorship program, and more

Virtual Programs

Meditation, embodied movement, spiritual direction, and so much more, taught by teachers and leaders from around the globe

Community

A network of communities, congregations, and individuals who are renewing Judaism with their innovative, heart-centered work
Follow ALEPH on Facebook
Cover for ALEPH Alliance for Jewish Renewal
We are thrilled to announce our full lineup of teachers for ALEPH's Shavuot Celebration of Pride!Read all about our exciting classes at aleph.org/shavuot/.We are excited to dedicate our 2022 Tikkun Leil Shavuot to amplifying Queer voices and honoring the experiences of the LGBTQIA+ community, in honor of Pride Month!Together, we all stood at the base of Sinai.This Shavuot, we will (virtually) stand together and learn from one another. ... See MoreSee Less
View on Facebook
"We are pleased to announce that SooJi Min-Maranda has been selected to participate in the Schusterman Fellowship. This leadership development program honors and supports exceptional Jewish leaders as they spearhead change within their organizations and communities. With a focus on resilience and self awareness, the Schusterman Fellowship takes a holistic approach to developing wholehearted Jewish leaders. For the next 18 months, ALEPH’s Executive Director will take part in leadership seminars alongside a supportive cohort of other Fellows. After completing the program, Schusterman Fellows stay connected with their cohorts through in-person and virtual gatherings of the Senior Fellows." Read more here: kolaleph.org/2022/05/12/sooji-min-maranda-selected-for-the-schusterman-fellowship/ ... See MoreSee Less
View on Facebook
Check out this podcast with our very own Kesher Fellowship Program Project Director, Kohenet Keshira haLev Fife!New episode of Just Leading! On our podcast in partnership with the Jews of Color Initiative and SRE Network, hear Ilana Kaufman interview Kohenet (Hebrew Priestess) Keshira haLev Fife. Search for "Just Leading" wherever you get your podcasts. (And be sure to subscribe!) ... See MoreSee Less
View on Facebook
We are thrilled to introduce you to ALEPH's newest staff member, Quinn Diacon-Furtado! Quinn joins us as the Development and Alliance Manager, and can be reached directly at Quinn@aleph.org. Learn more about Quinn below!---Quinn Diacon-Furtado believes creativity is a spiritual practice. Their work as a writer spans across multiple genres including grants, curriculum, editorial nonfiction, speculative fiction, contemporary fantasy, and picture books. Regardless of the forum or topic, Quinn grounds their work in the values of community, inclusivity, and creativity. Their work in Development has been heavily influenced by Edgar Villanueva’s Decolonizing Wealth–they prioritize authentic relationships and assets-based thinking as the root of ethical fundraising and network building. As a writer of fiction, they particularly love creating for young audiences after years of teaching middle school and high school. Quinn holds a BA in Latin American Studies and Anthropology from the University of Virginia. In 2021, they received their MFA in Children’s Literature from Hollins University. They live with their partner on Mohican lands, in what is commonly known as Troy, New York ... See MoreSee Less
View on Facebook

Sign up for our Newsletter