How one congregation makes a difference.
The Hannaton Mechina, a pre-army program for high school graduates, works to instill the shared values of Judaism, Zionism and humanism.
The Shoah had seemed like far-off history, until this Jewish teen took part in an intimate gathering known as Zikaron BaSalon
The art of Jewish storytelling is alive and well.
Synagogues move from social action committees to social action commitment
The winner of a new Jewish leadership award is bringing younger Jews into her aging congregation.
How one congregation makes a difference
The new/old art of Jewish storytelling is once again thriving
A joke about a boy and his grandfather gets at an uncomfortable truth about Israeli Jews today.
When he moved to Israel 40 years ago, he couldn’t have imagined he’d end up with a non-Jewish granddaughter. But that’s exactly what the Chief Rabbi says the author has.
Philanthropist Jay Ruderman wants to build a more inclusive Jewish community.
The real problem is not that people or institutions don’t want to change; the problem is the psychological barrier to substantive personal or institutional change of which most of us are unaware.
A look inside an adult-education program whose participants created art based on text study.
After Katrina, a New Orleans congregation has done much more than come back from adversity
I believe the work being done at the CY is one of the true successes of Conservative Judaism. I found the Yeshiva to be a magical Jewish learning utopia made from Jerusalem stone.
Synagogue dues and membership models have for several years been the focus of spirited discussion in the Jewish world. What does our tradition teach us about membership, funding and the meaning of community?
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