Search URJ.org and the other Reform websites:

Travel

How does one locate and contact a Progressive/Reform/Liberal congregation when travelling outside of North America? 

Rosh HaShanah in Bali, and I was sitting in the rain watching the Ramayana, a traditional dance, after a dinner of lamb kabobs. Could this be kosher?

Tel Aviv dazzles in many ways - its beaches, nightlife, restaurants. Less known is its young, daring, innovative fashion industry.

Unique and innovative, Israeli cuisine draws from the culinary traditions of Jewish immigrants from 80+ countries, and spices them with Middle Eastern and Asian accents. Here's just a sampling of the inventive venues and menus.

No matter how many times you visit Israel, you will always be able to find inventive museums waiting for you to explore and experience.

A Camera You Can Swallow: Doctors in 60+ countries use the PillCam, a smooth capsule the size of a pill that patients can swallow, to determine best treatment protocols. Developed by Given Imaging, its miniature camera takes 50,000+ images inside the body over an eight-hour period.

Israel is now a world leader in green innovation, conservation, and environmental sustainability-and many of the initiatives are open to all of us to see and experience

In Rio, the biggest congregation is Reform, the 900-family Associação Religiosa Israelita (ARI). Founded by German Jews in 1942, it now attracts Jews of all kinds drawn to modernity, egalitarianism, and the balancing of spirituality and rationalism. The congregation is always bustling with religious, cultural, and social activities.

Harry A. and Barbara Tasch Ezratty are both past presidents of Temple Beth Shalom.

Rabbi Leonid Bimbat is rabbi of Congregation Le-Dor va-Dor in Moscow.

What should travelers not miss in Moscow?

Pages

Subscribe to RSS - Travel