Conservative Judaism

Too Long a Wait

It’s time to make converting to Judaism a less daunting process.

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Something to Believe In

For Rabbi Bradley Shavit Artson, Judaism carries an ancient wisdom while at the same time is constantly renewing itself. The God Artson describes is a God of connection and hope.

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Technology and the Synagogue

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Don’t Leave Anyone Behind

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It’s Time To Move Forward

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For College Students, Winter Break in Jerusalem

The future of Judaism depends on Jewish knowledge, says Rabbi Loren Sykes, and specifically, giving more young people the chance to acquire it.

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Powerful Voice for Schechter Schools Retires

You may not know her name, but a major force behind the Solomon Schechter day schools is retiring in June.

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Israel Studies for JTS Students

Starting this fall, graduate students at the Jewish Theological Seminary will have the chance to immerse themselves in the history, literature, culture and politics of Israel, thanks to a new partnership between JTS and Ben-Gurion University of the Negev.

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Birthright Trip for Those on Previous Programs

There’s exciting news for those who were previously ineligible to go on a free Taglit-Birthright trip to Israel.

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Camp Ramah in the Palm of Your Hand

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