This report reflects the full range of the URJ's work, providing a high-level overview of our entire agenda.
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.
Congregations have a tendency to measure success by counting the number of heads in the room – but if they want to become stronger, this is actually the number-one habit congregations need to break.
Congregations are part family, part friendship group. They are microcosms of the Jewish world, a combination of what sociologist Daniel Elazar called "kinship and consent."
Families have biological boundaries that carry with them an innate sense of
Joining a nascent national movement, three synagogues are joining forces in Elkins Park, PA, to tear down walls separating students - and religious traditions.