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How can we work with more transparency and be more collaborative in our work?
In retrospect, expanding our early learning program was the first step in transforming how our congregation applies our “why” and meaningfully measures our “what.”
When 13 congregations joined the URJ Full-Time Early Education Community of Practice (CoP) to learn, experiment, and network together, these were the takeaways.
Here are four ways we can start on the right track to make our communities healthier in 2019 when it comes to audacious hospitality.
For congregation seeking to undertake or advance endeavors to engage baby boomers, here are four insights to keep in mind.
Tomorrow’s leaders are in our congregations (and ready to lead) today.
Embrace these cultural habits to inspire healthy leadership and promote good governance: sacred partnership, diversity, new ideas, and an inquisitive, positive mindset.
We recently completed a baseline survey to determine the extent to which the Union for Reform Judaism has had an impact on activities required for a strong congregation.
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.
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.