Conservative Judaism

The brotherhood of Temple Israel (in Sharon, Massachusetts) participated
in the FJMC Worldwide Wrap together with members of a Masorti community in
Budapest via Google.

A Lasting Partnership

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

A Sprinkle of Camp

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

Jewish Men at the Crossroads

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
Mathilde Roth Schechter

Hand in Glove

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

CJ Reviews: Encountering Torah

Reflections on the Weekly Portion, by Rabbi Vernon H. Kurtz

by Roberta Rosenthal Kwall | Comments Off on CJ Reviews: Encountering Torah

Loving Tradition Enough to Change It

A rabbi who sat on the committee that approved gay ordination reflects on the decision and how it came full circle at his last congregation.

by Rabbi Myron M. Fenster | 5 Comments

A Meeting of the Minds, Human and Divine

by Rabbi Perry Raphael Rank | Comments Off on A Meeting of the Minds, Human and Divine
At Convention 2012, Women’s League announced its gift to the West L.A. Fisher House of gift cards
and patio furniture. From left: Education Director Lisa Kogen, Value Our Vets Co-Chair Myra
Promisel, Rabbi Bonnie Koppell, Value Our Vets Co-Chair Ziza Pallia, and Fisher House Director
Sharon Hudson.

37,000 Ways to Value Our Vets

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
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Jews Have Changed: Will We?

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?

Odyssey of a Torah

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
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