Women’s League continues to expand its role, placing members at the top of its service pyramid.by Carol S. Simon | Comments Off on Taking Stock in a Changing World: Personally and Institutionally
The new president wants to find ways to navigate through disruptive times to shape the future of Conservative Judaism.by Margo Gold | Comments Off on Getting to Yes
Written by Robert Braitman and Norm Kurtz, with support from the Cantors Assembly and the Jewish Educators Assembly, with a preface by JTS Chancellor Dr. Arnold Eisen, this book contains curricula for both a model learners service and for an interpretive service. Both were field tested this past year in a number of congregations.Comments Off on Building Shabbat Community
Even teens are interested in learning from one another in same sex groups.by Rabbi Charles Simon | Comments Off on As I See It
Reshet Ramah, Camp Ramah’s alumni and community engagement network, is poised to expand the role that camp plays in building Jewish community.by Rabbi Abigail Treu | Comments Off on Camp, to Last a Lifetime
With the help of a new book, even routine synagogue board meetings gain sparks of meaning.by Rabbi Rachel Ain | Comments Off on For the Sake of Heaven
Taking a page from Lev Shalem, the popular High Holiday machzor, a new Shabbat and festival siddur offers an updated translation, layout and commentary designed to enliven the experience of prayer
for contemporary Jews.