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Reflection, feedback, and evaluation are at the heart of our work, and have much to teach us. They also have implications for the work of congregational boards.
The mission of the URJ is to build a world of wholeness, justice, and compassion. Now more than ever, we must be strong and resolute in this important mission.
My path to become a Jewish professional was circuitous, but through it, I became bat mitzvah, fulfilled my own spiritual needs, and made a difference in the world.
As Hurricane Michael continues to leave widespread destruction throughout Florida, Georgia, and the Carolinas, here's how to stay up-to-date and offer assistance.
Executive committees can play a crucial role in the strategic leadership of congregations. Here’s a guide to what this committee should do – always, never, and sometimes.
To succeed today, congregations need to focus on developing appropriate governance structures that allow them to be both mission-driven and flexible.
If you want your congregation to be strong and to thrive, audacious hospitality is not a nicety, it’s a necessity.
The world around us is changing faster than ever. To stay relevant and thrive, change will be necessary in all congregations, even those that are doing well.
You’re motivated to engage families with young children. Where can you find information about their interests, needs, ideas about meaningful Jewish experiences, and more?
Today, too many millennials associate being religious with values they don’t espouse. Should we therefore give up on millennials and Jewish life?
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.