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How do you make college High Holiday services and programs engaging, welcoming, and meaningful? Here are five tips.
As Israel marks 70 years, here are seven ways (one for each decade!) to engage your congregation in celebrating the country and her people -- now and throughout the year.
As leaders, it is incumbent upon us to harness the strength and creativity that comes from diversity to focus and guide our congregations – and our sederim.
In an increasingly mobile society, families often are separated by many miles. Far from family support, we seek community elsewhere, including in our Jewish institutions.
Shabbat holds an esteemed place in our synagogues as a testing ground for experimentation. Centering new programs around Shabbat, therefore, offers distinct advantages.
I hope you will enjoy all these sermons and find them as meaningful as I did. You can – and should – get the full context by reading the linked sermon.
This year, three new Reform congregations: one in Emek HaYarden, another in Ramat HaNegev, and a Russian-speaking congregation in Be’er Sheva.
Check out these eight audaciously hospitable ideas to consider implementing in your community during this High Holiday season and throughout the coming year.
Here are four ways to strengthen your congregation by intentionally welcoming children and teens into your holiday observance.
The artwork on this note card was created by 5768 WRJ Art Calendar artist Césan d’Ornellas Levine.
Show your WRJ pride with this zippered canvas bag. Features the phrase "Well-behaved women rarely make history" and the WRJ logo.