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I recently attended a Knesset caucus on America-Israel relations during which I addressed the body about two issues of vital concern to North America’s liberal Jewish community: the Kotel (the
The New York Times reported last week on a sweeping new survey of t
These days, the calendar seems to rush by faster than ever.
The Religious Action Center of Reform Judaism recently concluded its 2017 Consultation on Conscience.
Last week, as the calendar filled with important occasions for Israel, I thought about the role the country pl
Several weeks ago, I spent Purim in the Israeli city of Ra'anana, just a bit north of Tel Aviv.
Audacious Hospitality (AH), a pillar of the Union for Reform Judaism’s endeavors, is firing on all cylinders.
Everyone wants an easy answer: “Tell us what to do, and we’ll do it!” synagogue leaders often plead – but given congregations’ varied histories, cultures, demographics, physical spaces, and resourc
We are delighted to share with you a few observations about our recent URJ North American Board mission to Israel.
In recent weeks, our community has been shaken repeatedly by bomb threats at Jewish community centers across the country, as well as by hate-fueled acts of vandalism and violence.
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!