Reform Movement in Israel

Reform Movement in Israel

Blue return key on keyboard that says vote

At long last, the World Zionist Congress (WZC) elections are here, and voting has begun!

Alexandra Gilbert
Computer keyboard on which the Enter key says Vote

The WZC elections are coming, and participation is critical for a large Reform presence in Israel and at home. Learn how you can get out the vote in your congregation.

Alexandra Gilbert
Two students, backs to the camera, wrapped together in an Israeli flag

Here are eight things one congregation does to engage with Israel. Your congregation can do them, too.

Rabbi Billy Dreskin and Rabbi Mara Young
Hand dropping a ballot into a ballot box in front of the Israel flag

The World Zionist Congress elections are coming soon, and your congregation’s participation is critical to maintaining a large Reform presence in Israel and here at home.

Alexandra Gilbert
Hand placing a ballot in ballot box; Israeli flag in the background

Learn why the upcoming World Zionist Congress (WZC) elections are critically important to the Reform Movement – in North America, in Israel, and around the world.

Alexandra Gilbert
Row of Israeli flags on flagpoles, blowing in the breeze

As we celebrate Israel’s independence this week, here are two things your congregation can do right now to help strengthen Israel as a pluralistic, democratic society.

Rabbi Rick Jacobs
The author (on the left) with other Women of Reform Judaism members in Israel

Earlier this month a group of Women of Reform Judaism leaders traveled to Israel, enjoying overwhelmingly positive experiences at sites throughout the country.

Rabbi Marla J. Feldman
Israeli and American flags blended into one image

Join us in late March, just two weeks before the Israeli general elections, for the American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) annual conference in Washington, D.C.

Rabbi Josh Weinberg
Rabbi Rick Jacobs visits with Heller High students in Israel

On a brief trip to Israel last week, I met with leaders, students, and colleagues -- all to build ties between North American Jews and the land and people of Israel.

Rabbi Rick Jacobs
Rabbi Rick Jacobs at the Kotel (Western Wall)

Israel helps me retain my optimism. Whenever I land there, I never fail to feel a slight buckling in my knees, the joy of returning to that marvelous, confounding place.

Rabbi Rick Jacobs