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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.
Learn what happened when members of the URJ Strengthening Congregations Team were challenged to experiment with an innovation of their own – and what made it a success.
Shabbat holds an esteemed place in our synagogues as a testing ground for experimentation. Centering new programs around Shabbat, therefore, offers distinct advantages.
Dan Libenson and Lex Rofeberg in their podcast “Judaism Unbound” feature several Reform Jewish leaders discussing ideas about Jewish life today -- and tomorrow.
When kids today talk about religious school, odds are, their experiences are quite different from the way you remember religious school – and we have the data to prove it
During a recent bar mitzvah, 40 iPhones stared at me from the pews as my congregation intersected with an Israeli family living abroad.
Work around URJ Community events is exactly what excites me as a Reform Movement lay leader – and this work was key in our recent preparations for Hurricane Irma.
In these unprecedented times, here are six timely tools and resources to help enhance and enrich Jewish life in your community during this High Holiday season and beyond.
If you want to dig deeper on this topic, as I do, join congregational leaders across North America for a live interview with Anita Diamant on The Jewish Wedding Now and the changing landscape of Judaism.
Whether you’re a seasoned congregational leader or an emerging one, we encourage you to attend this day of learning with your congregational leadership team.
The artwork on this note card was created by 5768 WRJ Art Calendar artist Césan d’Ornellas Levine.