Bnot Esh

The members of a multi-generational Jewish feminist spirituality collective, gathering annually over Memorial Day Weekend since 1981, say they are committed to creating “an innovative, embodied and soulful place for prayer, ritual, healing and connecting with the Divine.” They work in solidarity with other changemakers to heal our broken world, engage as a group with social justice issues, and foster strong, long-term relationship with each other. Now, for the first time, they are welcoming new applications for their 2019 gathering, May 23–27.