Jewish Civic Engagement Work: Get Involved Now

As Reform Jews, we work for a world where all people experience wholeness, justice, and compassion. One of the easiest ways to make our voices heard is at the ballot box. The Reform Movement is working toward maximum voter engagement across the US. Will you join us?

The URJ's 2019 Annual Report

From January’s Heller High semester kick-off to December’s URJ Biennial, we invite you to explore the highlights of our collective work in 2019.

COVID-19 Resources for Congregations

To help you prioritize your community’s health, safety, and spiritual wellbeing, we’ve compiled a list of helpful resources that is being updated as additional resources become available. 

RJ on the Go: Interactive Jewish Experiences for Families

Join this growing community and explore interactive, meaningful and fun experiences that are easily accessible on the go or at home. 

Press Releases

Reform Movement Statement Following the 2020 World Zionist Congress

October 22, 2020 - Following today’s compromise agreement by the World Zionist Congress reflecting more inclusive representation, the leadership of the organizations of the Reform Movement issued the following statement: The Reform, Reconstructionist, and Conservative Movements, along with our partners in our international and progressive Zionist organizations, have successfully mobilized our

Reform Movement Leaders Call on Senators to Reject Barrett Nomination

New York, October 8, 2020 - Earlier today, the boards of the Union for Reform Judaism and Central Conference of American Rabbis adopted resolutions in opposition to the confirmation of Judge Amy Coney Barrett to the U.S. Supreme Court. The following statement was released by URJ President Rabbi Rick Jacobs, URJ North American Board Chair Jennifer Brodkey Kaufman, CCAR CEO Rabbi Hara Person, and

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