What is Reform Judaism?
The great contribution of Reform Judaism is that it has enabled the Jewish people to introduce innovation while preserving tradition, to embrace diversity while asserting commonality, to affirm beliefs without rejecting those who doubt, and to bring faith to sacred texts without sacrificing critical scholarship.
Racial Equity, Diversity, & Inclusion
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What Does the Torah Say about People with Disabilities?
Diversity, Inclusion, and Equity: What are They and Why Do They Matter to Us?
Prayers and Blessings
Prayer Amid Pandemic: Words of Comfort for the COVID-19 Crisis
Social Justice and Reform Judaism
Jewish Views on Civil Rights
Jewish Views on Economic Justice
Jewish Views on Women's Rights & Reproductive Choice
Jewish Views on the Environment
Are there Reform Jews in Israel? Yes!
Though its early classical period was in 19th century Germany and Central Europe, Reform Judaism has undergone its greatest period of growth and development in the United States. Today Reform Judaism numbers some two million adherents in nearly 40 countries throughout the world. During the past 100 years, the Reform Jewish Movement has made a dramatic ideological and physical return to Israel.
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History of the Bar/Bat Mitzvah
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Transformation through Yoga
How do we listen to our bodies and spirits? For me, one path is yoga, a practice that strives to connect us with ourselves.