CJ’s editors are putting together the Passover issue and would like to include our readers’ input, thoughts and ideas.
For a Baltimore rabbi, social justice means forging real bonds between his synagogue and the predominantly African-American community around it.
An innovative network looks to find homes for arts education in Jewish contexts, and Jewish education in artistic contexts.
Congregation Beth Sholom in Teaneck, New Jersey, raises the bar for children’s choirs. Listen to Tzipporei Shalom in an online extra!
Everyone says Hebrew schools don’t work, but several congregations are finding creative new ways to engage their students.
Couldn’t make it to the United Synagogue Centennial? Here are excerpts from keynote speeches.
In the last 50 years, Argentina’s Seminario Rabínico Latinoamericano Marshall T. Meyer has trained scores of rabbis and invigorated prayer, music, and social action in the Jewish world.
Jewish healing circles are playing a more important role in our spiritual communities.
Congregation Beth Sholom in Teaneck, New Jersey, raises the bar for children’s choirs.
A leading Jewish thinker says synagogues will succeed in engaging people only if they foster meaningful relationships
Rabbi Chuck Simon introduces a new book that provides insights on issues that Jewish men face.
A community is transformed by a simple Shabbat dinner.
The first decade of partnership between United Synagogue and Women’s League was an era of enormous achievements for both.
It is such a gift when I hear my conversion students affirm their Jewish beliefs, dip in the waters of the mikveh, and proudly recite the Sh’ma for the first time. In a way, I’ll admit, I even find myself a bit envious.
From the moment of my new baby’s arrival, I found myself making the mistake I swore I never would: comparing his every move, cry or yawn to that of his sister’s.
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