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Celebrate Rosh HaShanah

Rosh HaShanah, the Jewish New Year, is celebrated September 18-20 this year. Find services to attend, recipes, family activities, and learn about the history, customs, and rituals of this holiday.

Jewish Life Under Quarantine

If you’re looking for a bit of an escape from everything going on in the world right now, try experimenting with and embracing your Judaism from home. Here are a few ways to begin.

Act Now for Racial Justice

Here are eight ways that white Reform Jews, especially, can act now in pursuit of social justice, both directly on a systemic level.

This Week's Torah Portion

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This Week's Torah Portion

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עֵקֶב
[And if You] Obey [These Rules]

And if you do obey these rules and observe them carefully, the Eternal your God will maintain faithfully for you the covenant made on oath with your fathers. - Deuteronomy 7:12

Torah

7:12–11:25

Haftarah

Isaiah 49:14-51:3

When

/ 18 Av 5780

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