Big News: Our Social Media Has Moved!

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Big News: Our Social Media Has Moved!

If you’re already following the Reform Movement on social media (and we hope you are!), you know you can rely on us to share up-to-date, interesting tidbits from around the Jewish world. On Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram, we try to bring you the very best of Reform Judaism and of Judaism in general.

But we’ve got some exciting news: Our social media is changing and expanding, and we hope you’ll follow along.

As of today, the URJ’s social media is split into two separate web presences, designed to make sure that our Jewish leaders have quick and easy access to resources that will help them better lead their Jewish communities. Here’s the new breakdown:

The URJ on Social Media

The Union for Reform Judaism’s social media accounts represent the URJ as an organization and denomination. On these accounts, we share insider info as it relates to clergy, lay leaders, and other Jewish professionals. Expect articles about professional development, resources for holiday observance, and other ideas for continuing to strengthen your congregation, as well as updates from within the Movement in the form of press releases, event information, webinar registration, and more.

Please note that even if you followed the URJ on social media before, you will need to opt in to follow us on the new URJ accounts.         on Social Media

On’s social media accounts, you’ll find stories, articles, videos, and other resources geared to help you bring Jewish life into your life – in whatever ways work for you. Whether you’re a rabbi, a “Jew in the pew,” someone considering conversion, or just a seeker curious to learn more about Judaism, you’re sure to find items of interest from

Don’t forget: If you want to keep up with all of the URJ’s insider, Movement-centric info, you can find that on – you guessed it! – the URJ’s new organizational social media accounts.

If you have questions about the new accounts, feel free to tweet us or Facebook us – on either account – for further clarification. We look forward to interacting with you online!

Kate Kaput is the assistant director, messaging and branding, on the Union for Reform Judaism's marketing and communications team. In this role, she serves as a content manager and editor for A native of Temple Beth Shalom in Hudson, OH, and an alumna of the Religious Action Center's Eisendrath Legislative Assistant Fellowship, Kate holds a degree in magazine journalism and lives in Cleveland, OH, with her husband.

Kate Kaput
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