This Tuesday, January 21, when voting opens in the United States for the World Zionist Congress elections, we’re counting on you to step up and Vote Reform.
I am a queer Jewish woman of Color, and it is impossible to separate all of my intersecting identities.
As a rabbinical school student, my Judaism is a key component to who I am.
Throughout Jewish history, in every place where we Jews have lived we have turned to Psalms or Tehillim to express the deepest yearnings of our hearts.
Editor's note: The text that follows was presented before a live audience at the 2019 URJ Biennial.
Only a few short years after the founding of the United States of America, George Washington expressed in an exchange of letters with the Hebrew Congregation
Oh, what a year it’s been. With 2020 quickly approaching, we’ve rounded up the top Reform Movement stories of 2019, listed here in no particular order. From our family to yours, we wish you a very happy, healthy secular new year!
As 2019 comes to an end, we’ve rounded up the top 10 congregational concepts that will continue to be valuable to your work in the coming year.
One of my very favorite Hanukkah traditions is the practice of placing our lit menorahs in windows to share the miracle and joy of this holiday with our communities.
Grounded in Jewish values, the Fain Awards are presented to congregations who advocate for and organize around pressing social justice issues, protect vulnerable populations, and engage across lines of difference. We hope that the work of this year's recipients inspires others to move into deeper action.
We’re thrilled to announce the winners of our 2019 URJ Biennial Photo Contest. We received so many incredible photos depicting the vibrancy and diversity of Reform Jewish congregational life that it was difficult to choose the best.
How do we prevent an irreversible rift between the two major communities together with all others – between what I call Jerusalem and Babylon, 7 million Jews in Israel and 7 million Jews in North America?