"After months of extreme hardship caused by the pandemic and years of underinvestment, we welcome the significant investments proposed in the American Families Plan to improve access to education, health care, and economic security for workers and families across the United States."
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE April 20, 2021 WASHINGTON – In response to the jury’s guilty verdict in the trial of Derek Chauvin for the murder of George Floyd, Jr., Rabbi Jonah Dov Pesner, director of the Religious Action Center of Reform Judaism and senior vice president of the Union for Reform Judaism, issued the following statement on behalf of the Union for Reform Judaism, Central Conference of
“This week, as Israel held its fourth election in two years, we celebrate Israelis’ commitment to robust political engagement, despite election fatigue and the challenges of the ongoing pandemic. We are, of course, worried that the results indicate further political stalemate, which could lead to yet another election."
May 6, 2021
If you are looking for an exciting Tikkun Leil Shavuot communal study opportunity, you’re in luck! On the evening of Sunday May 16, 5781/2021, come and join one of the three multi-congregational study sessions being held across the Reform Movement:
May 6, 2021
Dear Synagogue Leaders, We keepers of the flame Of Jewish communal living Know -- If
May 5, 2021
Not surprisingly over the past number of months, the word “hybrid” has become popularized to refer to this new world we have entered. We want to make an argument for a new, and more precise term that some congregations have started to use: multi-access.
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