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These tools and guides will help you develop your congregation's social action program, from establishing social action comittees and practicing socially responsible investing to engaging congregants of all ages in social justice work.
Take the time to thanks and honor our military personnel and veterans.
Greening Reform Judaism endeavors to promote environmental awareness, integrating Jewish values, learning and actions that promote sh'mirat ha-adamah - protection and renewal of the world.
According to tradition, the mezuzah is to be affixed to the doorpost at the entrance to a Jewish home as well as at the entrance to each of the interior rooms except for bathrooms.
The laws of kashrut offer a Jewish spiritual discipline that is rooted in the concrete choices and details of daily life--to be practiced in an area that seems most "mundane." In fact, part of the beauty of kashrut is that regardless of our age, personal interests, or geographic location, we all eat, and most of us do so several times a day.
Flowers? Check. Band? Check. Now learn about the chuppah, ketubah, and rings that you will need for your wedding.
How to find a rabbi or cantor to perform the ceremony; getting pre-marital counseling; selecting a date.
Although no wedding ceremony is described in the Torah, the institution of marriage began with Adam and Eve. The Book of Genesis portrays God as saying: "It is not good that man should be alone-I will make him a helpmate" (Genesis 2:18).