Conservative Judaism

Crossing the Threshold

Since its inception in 1918, Women’s League has sought to expand the role of Jewish women beyond the home and synagogue.

by Sarrae G. Crane | Comments Off on Crossing the Threshold

Where We Are Now

USCJ’s immediate past president looks back at the remarkable changes of the last five years.

by Richard Skolnik | Comments Off on Where We Are Now

The Personal Touch

The winner of a new Jewish leadership award is bringing younger Jews into her aging congregation.

by Gila Drazen | Comments Off on The Personal Touch

Funding the Conservative Movement

How one congregation makes a difference

by Rhonda Jacobs-Kahn | Comments Off on Funding the Conservative Movement
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What’s the Cure for an Immunity to Change?

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.

by Rabbi Joshua Rabin | Comments Off on What’s the Cure for an Immunity to Change?
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Crime and Punishment

Writing from prison, a Jewish inmate talks about accepting responsibility and seeking forgiveness

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Securing Our Future – Choosing Life

The High Holidays remind us we are just temporary guests. Our lives are finite. God’s creation is meant to be enduring.

by Bob Leventhal | Comments Off on Securing Our Future – Choosing Life

Building Campus Community

The Ramah College Network creates opportunities for staff and alumni to connect year-round

by Marla Cohen | Comments Off on Building Campus Community

Why I Oppose Cremation

One Conservative rabbi shares his reasons for opposing cremation.

by Adam J. Raskin | 1 Comment

Balancing the Sacred and the Everyday

The Women’s League Convention 2014 focused on the needs of sisterhoods and members, but it also celebrated a remarkable Shabbat.

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