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“A good week, a week of peace. May gladness reign and joy increase…”
As a Reform Jew, I never felt called to fast on Tishah B’Av.
A congregant asked me recently how I am managing.
Shabbat is a radical, transformative idea.
Four years ago, I made aliyah from Los Angeles to Jerusalem.
One hallmark of Reform Judaism is our commitment to speak out and advocate on critical issues of social justice.
Seven weeks after the Exodus from Egypt, the Children of Israel stood at the foot of Mount Sinai and prepared to encounter God.
On Shavuot we celebrate receiving the Torah. How are we to understand divine revelation?
Ear of grain in the field, bowed in the wind
from the weight of its seed, which is great…
Arise, o arise,
look, children of the villages.
Learn why Reform Jews observe Selichot on the Saturday evening prior to Rosh HaShanah.
Rosh HaShanah begins at sundown on September 20th.
"Basketball became a focal point of my life at school, at camp, and in my day-dreams of the future."
Find out what was hidden under the chocolates Uncle George had packed in the summer of 1937.
As summer winds down and the back-to-school season approaches, so, too, do the High Holidays. Here's how to get ready!
Whether you’re a member or a visitor, familiarity with synagogue etiquette will help you get the most from your experience.
See, this day I set before you blessing and curse. - Deuteronomy 11:26
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Learn about a memorable aspect of one young man's big day.
Learn why one congregation has joined 170 others to help refugee families resettle in their area.
Discover the how one Reform synagogue in Netanya celebrates Shabbat.
How do we respond to the distorted media coverage of Israel?
The artwork on this note card was created by 5768 WRJ Art Calendar artist Césan d’Ornellas Levine.
April showers bring May flowers; prepare with a WRJ umbrella—now on sale!