audacious hospitality

audacious hospitality

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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.

April Baskin and Carly Goldberg
Alarm clock on dresser; woman awake in bed in the middle of the night

If you devote your volunteer time or your professional career to a synagogue, what keeps you up at night?

Michael H. Goldberg
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Audacious Hospitality (AH), a pillar of the Union for Reform Judaism’s endeavors, is firing on all cylinders.

April Baskin
Shabbat service in a synagogue sanctuary

Judaism is a communal religion. We celebrate together, we mourn together, we worship together, we learn together, and we play together.

Alan Zeichick
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The Reform Movement’s Audacious Hospitality work seeks to understand and support the realities of modern Jewish life.

Carly Goldberg, DSW, LCSW
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How would you respond if you saw a child you know and love tease a religious school classmate for being a “sissy”? Would you know what to say?

Dr. Patrick Rock and Carly Goldberg