The brotherhood of a New England synagogue has formed an ongoing relationship with one of Europe’s growing Masorti communities.by Ronald Czik and Dr. Mark Popovsky | Comments Off on A Lasting Partnership
The new Ramah Service Corps brings counselors into synagogues to share some camp-style fun year round.by Nancy Rosenberg | Comments Off on A Sprinkle of Camp
Rabbi Chuck Simon introduces a new book that provides insights on issues that Jewish men face.by Rabbi Charles Simon | Comments Off on Jewish Men at the Crossroads
The first decade of partnership between United Synagogue and Women’s League was an era of enormous achievements for both.by Lisa Kogen | Comments Off on Hand in Glove
Reflections on the Weekly Portion, by Rabbi Vernon H. Kurtzby Roberta Rosenthal Kwall | Comments Off on CJ Reviews: Encountering Torah
A Women’s League project comes to the aid of wounded heroes.by Lisa Kogen | Comments Off on 37,000 Ways to Value Our Vets
A new book offers ideas for creating communities people want to join – just what United Synagogue’s Centennial is all about.by Rabbi Steven C. Wernick | Comments Off on Jews Have Changed: Will We?
When one congregation could no longer use a sefer Torah, a series of people helped find a far-away congregation grateful to receive it.by Ken Turkewitz | Comments Off on Odyssey of a Torah