Conservative Judaism

Women’s Rabbinical Ordination 30 Years On…

by Rabbi Debra S. Cantor | Comments Off on Women’s Rabbinical Ordination 30 Years On…
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Taking Stock in a Changing World: Personally and Institutionally

Women’s League continues to expand its role, placing members at the top of its service pyramid.

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Getting to Yes

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

Building Shabbat Community

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.

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As I See It

Even teens are interested in learning from one another in same sex groups.

by Rabbi Charles Simon | Comments Off on As I See It
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Camp, to Last a Lifetime

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
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How We Decide Jewish Law

In Conservative Judaism the Committee on Jewish Law and Standards is the body that decides if, when, and how Jewish law should change.

by Rabbi Elliot N. Dorff | 1 Comment
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The Israel That Is Still To Be

by Rabbi Gordon Tucker | Comments Off on The Israel That Is Still To Be
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For the Sake of Heaven

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
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People of the Prayer Book

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.

by Rabbi Carol Levithan | Comments Off on People of the Prayer Book
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