The Reform Movement's Racial Justice Campaign

Join the leaders of the Reform Movement as we examine and address our own behaviors, practices, and policies, through the lens of racial equity, diversity, and inclusion (REDI) and outwardly to pursue targeted, strategic advocacy that could change laws and policies that impact our society.

Innovative Programs for Youth & Teens

Travel opportunities to Israel, summer camps, arts fellowships, social justice leadership programs, entrepreneurship study, and many more immersive Jewish experiences are available for youth and teens. Find the right one for you. Learn more.

Learn to Read Hebrew

Familiarity with Hebrew reading and common words can be a key to feeling comfortable in Jewish community and congregational life. Learn more and sign up for an online class.

Just Add Water: An Introduction to Mikveh

Join us on Thursday, November 18 at 8:00 PM EST to learn about the biblical roots of this ancient Jewish water ritual and experience a virtual tour of the Mayyim Hayyim Community Mikveh of Greater Boston. Register now.

This Week's Torah Portion

Image
This Week's Torah Portion

Lech L'cha
לָךְ-לְךָ
Go Forth

The Eternal said to Abram, "Go forth from your land, your birthplace, your father's house, to the land that I will show you." - Genesis 12:1

Torah

Genesis 12:1−17:27

Haftarah

Isaiah 40:27-41:16

When

/ 10 Heshvan 5782

What's New

Film Review: Golden Voices

October 4, 2021
In Evgeny Ruman’s bittersweet new film, Golden Voices, a pair of aging voice actors find their lives in upheaval after immigrating to Israel from the former Soviet Union. Victor and Raya, (Vladimir Friedman and Maria Belkin), are not only in a new land with an altogether new language, but also at a crossroads in both career and marriage.
Person lighting a candle

Support Reform Judaism

Support ReformJudaism.org and enable us to provide comprehensive resources for over three million users each year!

Explore Upcoming Jewish Holidays

-
Hanukkah, one of the most widely observed Jewish holidays, is a festive eight-day celebration that for many people falls during the darkest, coldest season of
-
Tu BiShvat or the "New Year of the Trees" is Jewish Arbor Day. The holiday is observed on the 15th (tu) of the Hebrew month
-
Purim is a joyous holiday that affirms and celebrates Jewish survival and continuity throughout history. The main communal celebration involves a public reading—usually in the