• Massachusetts: The Tide is Rising

    Rabbi Shoshana Meira Friedman has written anthems, blocked construction sites and gotten arrested for the climate movement. In this episode, Friedman talks about the role Judaism plays in her work and how activism can be a form of prayer.

  • New Hampshire: Live Free or Dayenu

    Rabbi Jon Spira-Savett of the Granite State talks about teaching kids ethical philanthropy, the importance of patriotic criticism and the time he met Secretary Hillary Clinton at a town hall and asked her a question steeped in Jewish philosophy.

  • Vermont: Vitamins and Juice

    There was a time when Jan Salzman thought she'd never step foot in a synagogue again. But now Rabbi Salzman heads a congregation in the heart of Burlington's "little Jerusalem". She found her way back through the Renewal movement ("Judaism's R and D department") and a desire to give people, herself included, a deeper Jewish education.

  • Next Year in Jerusalem

    In this special episode, rabbis weigh in on what the phrase 'Next Year in Jerusalem' means to them.

  • Maine: Wrestling and Wandering

    Rabbi Darah Lerner talks about the Reform Movement, LGBTQ Judaism and the rights and privileges that she says come with being Jewish.

  • Utah: The Reformative Rabbi of Rome

    There are very few cities on the planet that are headquarters of major world religions. SLC is one of them. And Rabbi Sam Spector works at the biggest synagogue in town.

  • Colorado: Tradition and Change (With Altitude)

    Some came for the gold rush, others came for healing and many more have arrived in the last decade. Episode 2 focuses on the Jewish community of Denver, Colorado and Rabbi Salomon Gruenwald.

  • Arizona: I Met You On Sinai (And The Yellow Pages)

    Episode one focuses on Rabbi Dovie Shapiro and how he and his wife, Chaya, helped build a Jewish community in the small town of Flagstaff, Arizona.