Among books and publications:
*On Being a Jewish Feminist: A Reader, edited by Susannah Heschel (1983, Schocken Books, $9.95).
*Jewish and Female: Choices and Changes in Our Lives Today, by Susan Weidman Schneider (1984, Simon and Schuster, $19.95).
*On Women and Judaism: A View From Tradition, by Blu Greenberg (1983, Jewish Publication Society, $5.95).
*Women and Jewish Law: An Exploration of Women's Issues in Halachic Sources, by Rachel Biale (1984, Schocken Books, $18.95).
*Lilith, independent Jewish feminist magazine published 2-4 times a year since 1976. To subscribe (4 issues, $12; 8 issues, $22): Lilith, P.O. Box 17305, Milwaukee, Wis. 53217.
Among Washington-area groups committed to Jewish feminist issues:
*Adas Israel Havurah, Connecticut Avenue and Porter Street NW. Self-led branch of main congregation where women as well as men lead prayers, interpret scripture and chant Torah, duties usually performed by a rabbi or cantor. The group is near capacity, but the synagogue may be able to advise those interested in starting others.
*Bet Mishpachah, P.O. Box 1410, Washington D.C. 20013. (202) 833-1638. Self-led gay and lesbian synagogue, with egalitarian service. New gender-free prayerbook expected in early 1985.
*Fabrangen, 1747 Connecticut Ave. NW, Washington, D.C. 20009. (202) 667-7829. Nontraditional, self-led egalitarian congregation. A committee is reexamining liturgy.
*Fabrangen Cheder Community, D.C. and suburban Maryland, c/o Peter or Sue Roemer, (301) 585-0038. Egalitarian group of 30 families, meets in their homes.
*Kehila Chadasha, Bethesda area, c/o Mina Schwartz, (301) 587-4415. Egalitarian group of some 50 families; uses a gender-free High Holiday liturgy.
*National Council of Jewish Women, (202) 296-2588. The oldest Jewish women's volunteer group in the country is working, along with other Jewish women's groups, to increase the status of women in Jewish organizational life. National headquarters in New York, (212) 532-1740.
*New Jewish Agenda, P.O. Box 57003, Washington, D.C. 20037, (202) 270-4446. National activist group with a Jewish feminist taskforce. Plans to publish a feminist Haggada -- prayerbook used at the Passover seder -- in the spring.
*Shoreshim, Reston, c/o Robert Averne, (703) 437-5560. Nontraditional, egalitarian congregation of about 65 families.
*Silver Spring Egalitarian Minyan, c/o Jeri Roth Lande, (301) 585-5229. Meets once a month on Friday night.
*New group forming: an umbrella organization for Jewish feminist interests. For more information: Dvora Slavin, (301) 585-4332.
*Women's Alliance for Theology, Ethics and Ritual (WATER), 8035 135th St., Silver Spring, (301) 589-2509. Interfaith group examining feminist religious issues, now reaching out to Jewish women.