We have seen that the dominant theme of post-Holocaust theology has been that of the eclipse or hiddenness of God, whether as a function of the mystery of divine activity or of human freedom. But Jewish theology has also wanted to say that its God is an accompanying God, going with the assembly of Israel, even in its exile. Theologies of divine hiddenness (qua desertion) do not keep faith with that wandering, deported God whose presence establishes and maintains community wherever Israel finds itself. Such theologies ignore how community was not only destroyed by the Holocaust but also sustained. Most particularly, such theologies ignore both new and traditional forms of community sustained by women.