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Earlier this month a group of Women of Reform Judaism leaders traveled to Israel, enjoying overwhelmingly positive experiences at sites throughout the country.
For this International Women's Day, consider celebrating the achievements of Women of the Wall, in addition to honoring the women in your sisterhood and congregation.
Reform Jewish women have the power to shape their Jewish community and beyond. This Movement empowers those who claim it as their own to take part in appraising its past and building its future.
The connection that began from one small meeting has now grown to involve our entire congregation and one across the ocean.
Next Equal Pay Day, may every member of the Reform Jewish community be actively engaged in the work to bring more justice to our workplaces.
Teaching a recent cooking class in my congregation reminded me that even in the 21st century, there’s something unique, warm, and special about a synagogue women’s group.
Here are some things for sisterhood and women’s group leaders to keep in mind as we build our successful partnerships.
Women of Reform Judaism is partnering with Jewish Women International (JWI) for the annual Flower Project, and we need your help to make as big an impact as possible.
On this Equal Pay Day, there is much to be done to bring justice to working women, including those who are employed within the Jewish community.
Many Baby Boomers remember listening to the sounds of tiles clicking on their mother’s game tables and smelling the smoke wafting from their cigarettes.
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.