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
How one congregation makes a differenceby Rhonda Jacobs-Kahn | Comments Off on Funding the Conservative Movement
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
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.by Rabbi Elianna Yolkut | Comments Off on Something to Believe In
On Passover, these foods remain out of bounds for Ashkenazim, but a rabbinic panel is examining the ban.by Rabbi Paul Plotkin | Comments Off on Rice and Beans and Corn, Oh My!
A former student introduces the most recent work by Rabbi Neil Gillman.by Rabbi Julie Roth | Comments Off on A Theologian for the Modern Age
For a Baltimore rabbi, social justice means forging real bonds between his synagogue and the predominantly African-American community around it.by Michael Schulson | Comments Off on The Urban Rabbi