The Ann Arbor Reconstructionist Congregation is an inclusive, welcoming, and participative Jewish community affiliated with the Jewish Reconstructionist Movement. We seek to foster meaningful Jewish experience by merging our respect for traditional Jewish practice and teachings with our contemporary interpretation and values. We invite all to join us in our varied schedule of religious services as well as educational and cultural events. We gather for a Kabbalat Shabbat service on the fourth Friday of every month, followed by an informal potluck dinner. We also meet for a Shabbat morning service, with Torah reading and discussion, on the second Saturday of each month.  Most services are led by our rabbi, Michal Woll, often with music and teachings provided by members and guests.  We have a Beit Sefer religious school that meets on Sunday mornings for children starting in Kindergarten and continuing through bar/bat mitzvah; it is open to members and non-members. We look forward to welcoming you at our next event.