Conservative Judaism

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Sister Act

In a world where women can be rabbis, cantors and synagogue presidents, traditional sisterhoods are re-inventing themselves and tweaking tradition to stay relevant in women’s lives.

by Laurie Kamens | Comments Off on Sister Act
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Who Will Tell the Story? I Will

The Shoah had seemed like far-off history, until this Jewish teen took part in an intimate gathering known as Zikaron BaSalon

by Marina Cemaj | Comments Off on Who Will Tell the Story? I Will
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To Survive, To Strive, and To Thrive

After Katrina, a New Orleans congregation has done much more than come back from adversity

by Bob Leventhal | Comments Off on To Survive, To Strive, and To Thrive
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The Power of Intentional Judaism at the Conservative Yeshiva

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.

by Deborah Pollack | Comments Off on The Power of Intentional Judaism at the Conservative Yeshiva
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A Journey to Jewish Identity

A young refugee finds comfort and community in Judaism.

by Michael Brassloff | Comments Off on A Journey to Jewish Identity

Creating a Minyan of Comfort: A New FJMC-Cantors Assembly Initiative

by Dave Mandell | Comments Off on Creating a Minyan of Comfort: A New FJMC-Cantors Assembly Initiative

A Serendipitous Florida Shiddach

A chance meeting of the leaders of two vibrant Jewish organizations has resulted in the development of a mutually beneficial relationship.

by Michael Brassloff | Comments Off on A Serendipitous Florida Shiddach

Joining the Network Becomes Even Easier

Women’s League for Conservative Judaism has opened the doors to individual membership.

by Anne Nicolson | Comments Off on Joining the Network Becomes Even Easier

Text and Context: A Haman by Any Other Name Would Be Just as Bad

A look into the Women’s League archives reminds us that throughout history evil has not been something abstract, but rather a reflection of the very real people responsible for it.

by Lisa Kogen | Comments Off on Text and Context: A Haman by Any Other Name Would Be Just as Bad

Torah Fund on One Foot

by Rabbi Lilly Kaufman | Comments Off on Torah Fund on One Foot
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