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Our Brit Olam helps us protect the vulnerable, ally across differences, be close to people shaped by systemic oppression, and dialogue respectfully among divergent views.
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.
This past week, I spent a significant amount of time thinking about love for Israel -- my own and that of our Reform Jewish community.
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.
February is a time we especially foster leadership at the Union for Reform Judaism, shining a light on the role individuals play to strengthen our sacred community.
These five principles can help you invest in constant, deliberate, and forward-thinking leadership development to support new and long-term leaders.
Tomorrow’s leaders are in our congregations (and ready to lead) today.
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.
Results of our latest impact study indicate that Reform Movement youth experiences translate into greater Jewish engagement in college and throughout life.
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.
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.