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This coming summer, the Camp Newman community will gather at California State University Maritime Academy (Cal Maritime) on the shores of the San Francisco Bay in Vallejo.
The Jewish star on the hill that overlooks Camp Newman has survived. What a fitting symbol for this moment.
The Reform Jewish Movement received devastating news last night upon learning that URJ Camp Newman's physical location was all but destroyed by wildfires.
Rabbi Brenner Glickman of Temple Emanu-El in Sarasota, FL, recently witnessed the tremendous impact that a summer at camp can have.
A year-long initiative, the URJ-Keshet Youth Leadership Project, aims to improve inclusivity in our Reform youth programs. It is the largest implementation yet of Keshet’s work
Ten college students interned at the URJ this summer – whether to boost our experience or get nagging parents off our backs.
Our collective efforts to engage young people in meaningful Jewish life has met with incredible successes of which we all can be proud.
A few months ago, writer David Brooks penned an op-ed in The New York Times entitled
There’s a controversy surrounding ga-ga: Where, exactly, did this game originate?
They left Africa for the first time, to connect with other Jews in Wisconsin, and the experience has been warm and affirming.
The artwork on this note card was created by 5768 WRJ Art Calendar artist Césan d’Ornellas Levine.
April showers bring May flowers; prepare with a WRJ umbrella—now on sale!