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"How are you Jewish?” is a question Rivka Campbell, a Canadian Jew of Jamaican descent, hears often, and there’s nothing more exhausting than having to explain repeatedly her presence in a communit
The death of Robin Williams in August 2014 hit me particularly hard.
The New York Times reported last week on a sweeping new survey of t
In her recent personal essay LGBTQ Acceptance in the Jewish Community: How Far
The URJ is thrilled to announce the 2017 Belin Award winners and honorable mentions.
Leaders at almost every synagogue would say their congregation strives to be a welcoming community. The challenge, of course, is how to put that into practice.
If you devote your volunteer time or your professional career to a synagogue, what keeps you up at night?
Audacious Hospitality (AH), a pillar of the Union for Reform Judaism’s endeavors, is firing on all cylinders.
Judaism is a communal religion. We celebrate together, we mourn together, we worship together, we learn together, and we play together.
The Reform Movement’s Audacious Hospitality work seeks to understand and support the realities of modern Jewish life.
The artwork on this note card was created by 5768 WRJ Art Calendar artist Césan d’Ornellas Levine.
April showers bring May flowers; prepare with a WRJ umbrella—now on sale!