Conservative Judaism


An Israel Bond

Congregations use grants to create innovative programs connecting their communities to the Jewish State

by Deborah Fineblum | Comments Off on An Israel Bond

On a Mission to France

by Linda and Greg Gore | Comments Off on On a Mission to France

The Future of Conservative Judaism

The Federation of Jewish Men’s Clubs has a comprehensive action plan

by Myles Simpson | Comments Off on The Future of Conservative Judaism

Meet Your New President

The new president of Women’s League describes how a one time decision put her on the path to leadership in this excerpt from her installation speech, delivered at Convention 2014 in July.

by Carol Simon | Comments Off on Meet Your New President

Laymen Teaching Laymen to Teach Laymen

by Dave Mandell | Comments Off on Laymen Teaching Laymen to Teach Laymen
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Taking the Long-Short Path

Nativ is an Israel gap year program that pays dividends down the road

by Yossi Garr | Comments Off on Taking the Long-Short Path

The Optimistic Movement

Rabbi Joshua Rabin refuses to believe that a movement with some of the most vibrant synagogues, rabbis, hazzanim, and educators in the Jewish world is incapable of inspiring Jews in the 21st century.

by Rabbi Joshua Rabin | 2 Comments
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Mixed Blessings

Faced with rising rates of intermarriage, Conservative leaders are searching for new ways to keep interfaith families in the fold. The question is, what exactly should they do?

by Michael Schulson | 2 Comments

Can the Conservative Movement Play Moneyball?

If the committed core of the Conservative Movement believes that we can make a brighter future for ourselves and the Jewish people, then we need to figure out how to separate what we know versus what we think, and use data to develop a strategy to win the future.

by Rabbi Joshua Rabin | 3 Comments

The Conversion Option

There’s a range of opinions on how much to push conversion to Judaism and when.

by Michael Schulson | 4 Comments
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