The Holocaust is an important topic not only in Jewish history, but in the history of humankind. The topic is disturbing, and it is appropriate to feel uncomfortable and upset by the stories, the facts, and especially the images.
(MINNEAPOLIS, November 5) - Ten Reform congregations were honored today for their innovative and effective programs to actively welcome and integrate interfaith couples and those new to Judaism into their synagogues at the Union of American Hebrew Congregations' 67th Biennial Conv
(MINNEAPOLIS, November 6) - Eleven Reform congregations were honored for their exceptional, varied, and comprehensive adult learning programs today at the Union of American Hebrew Congregations' 67th Biennial Convention in Minneapolis, MN.
NOVEMBER 6, 2003 - Kate Michelman, the outgoing president of NARAL Pro-Choice America, the nation's premier reproductive-rights organization, received the Reform Jewish Movement's highest honor today during the UAHC's Biennial Convention in Minneapolis for her fight for the rights
MINNEAPOLIS, November 7, 2003 -- One hundred and thirty years after it was founded, the Reform Movement's synagogue arm voted to change its name from the Union of American Hebrew Congregations to the Union for Reform Judaism: Serving Reform Congregations in North Ame
(MINNEAPOLIS, November 8) -- Recognizing the importance of interfaith dialogue as a means to advance Mideast peace and to combat anti-Semitism, the leaders of four Christian denominations will urge their churches to join with Reform synagogues in interfaith dialogue and study.
(MINNEAPOLIS, Nov. 8) -- Rabbi Eric Yoffie, the leader of the Reform Movement, today called for a renewed commitment to world Jewry as he asked synagogue leaders to build the Movement in Eastern Europe, the former Soviet Union, and Israel.
November 6, 2003 -- Amos Oz, the award-winning Israeli author, poet, and critic, received the Reform Jewish Movement's highest honor today during the Union of American Hebrew Congregations' Biennial Convention in Minneapolis.
The Wholly Jewish podcast from ReformJudaism.org explores what we all have in common as we live and balance complex and nuanced identities. It’s these varied identities that, when braided together, make us wholly ourselves – and “Wholly Jewish.”