Resources & Links
Learn more about RPA from ALEPH.org website. What do Rabbinic Pastors Do? Are you called to become a Rabbinic Pastor?
ACPE is the premier, DOE-recognized organization that provides the highest quality CPE programs for spiritual care professionals of any faith and in any setting. We do this through a rigorous accreditation and certification process for centers and educators that provide CPE. The depth of our training enables students to realize their full potential to strengthen the spiritual health of people in their care as well as themselves.
The Community Care Chaplains is a 501 (c) 3 non-profit organization. Through its training, pastoral care and counseling initiatives, CCC aims to build bridges between institutions and individuals and facilitate healing through compassionate care.
DA’AT INSTITUTE for Death Awareness, Advocacy and Training is dedicated to advancing Jewish perspectives on death, dying and grief for individuals, families, and communities.
DLTI offers a unique award-winning learning experience to help those who lead worship and other communal events in a Jewish context to deepen the quality of communal prayer so that it activates the body, touches the heart, engages the mind and nourishes genuine spiritual growth and insight.
Yoga Shalom is Book/DVD/CD which presents a unique worship experience that brings together body, mind, and spirit for an extraordinary prayer service. Combining the two powerful spiritual disciplines of Jewish worship and yoga practice, Yoga Shalom leads to deeper understandings of both.
NAJC is the professional organization of Jewish chaplains worldwide.
To provide professional development in the use of storytelling. To teach spiritual leaders, chaplains, storytellers, teachers, lay leaders, and students to tell stories more effectively, all in a sacred setting.
Join four spiritual leaders who have dedicated their work to building deeply meaningful interfaith relationships on a life-changing two-week trip.
This program is for those who want to be certified as a mashgiach/mashgichah in both the laws of Kashrut and the ever-evolving ecological sensitivity called “Eco-Kashrut.”
Learn more and watch a video about this important project.
The defining years of my childhood were spent opening to the Divine Mysteries of this world and the Source behind those mysteries, under the sheltering guidance of my paternal grandmother. What she taught me was sourced in an ageless transmission – shared from mother to daughter for countless generations, and thought to be “secret.”
Ruach Ha’Aretz, founded in 1995, has been creating week-long retreats for seekers of all ages, featuring classes with some of your favorite Jewish Renewal teachers, musicians, and artists, as well as extraordinary teachers from other faith traditions. Each thematic retreat offers opportunities for learning, experience, practice and questioning – in a safe, inclusive and intimate container we call our ‘village’.