Synagogues beware: Don’t follow the video chain’s example by not adapting to today’s realities.by Rabbi Jeremy Fine | Comments Off on The Blockbuster Synagogue
The graduates of the Conservative movement’s rabbinical schools will continue to motivate and inspire as they step into their new roles in pulpits, schools, Hillels, and elsewhere in the Jewish world.by Debbi Kaner Goldich | Comments Off on The Newest Generation of Religious Leadership for Our Movement
With the help of a new book, even routine synagogue board meetings gain sparks of meaning.by Rabbi Rachel Ain | Comments Off on For the Sake of Heaven
Taking a page from Lev Shalem, the popular High Holiday machzor, a new Shabbat and festival siddur offers an updated translation, layout and commentary designed to enliven the experience of prayer
for contemporary Jews.
In a world where women can be rabbis, cantors and synagogue presidents, traditional sisterhoods are re-inventing themselves and tweaking tradition to stay relevant in women’s lives.by Laurie Kamens | Comments Off on Sister Act
Thinking about shaking up your minyan? Learn about some innovative ideas from USCJ kehillot.by Nancy Brand and Fred Ezekiel | Comments Off on How to Grow Your Daily Minyan: Two Creative Approaches
After Katrina, a New Orleans congregation has done much more than come back from adversityby Bob Leventhal | Comments Off on To Survive, To Strive, and To Thrive
Synagogue dues and membership models have for several years been the focus of spirited discussion in the Jewish world. What does our tradition teach us about membership, funding and the meaning of community?by Barry Mael | Comments Off on What Does the Torah Say About Paying Dues?