Women's League

Women’s Rabbinical Ordination 30 Years On…

by Rabbi Debra S. Cantor | Comments Off on Women’s Rabbinical Ordination 30 Years On…
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Taking Stock in a Changing World: Personally and Institutionally

Women’s League continues to expand its role, placing members at the top of its service pyramid.

by Carol S. Simon | Comments Off on Taking Stock in a Changing World: Personally and Institutionally
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Sister Act

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

Joining the Network Becomes Even Easier

Women’s League for Conservative Judaism has opened the doors to individual membership.

by Anne Nicolson | Comments Off on Joining the Network Becomes Even Easier

Text and Context: A Haman by Any Other Name Would Be Just as Bad

A look into the Women’s League archives reminds us that throughout history evil has not been something abstract, but rather a reflection of the very real people responsible for it.

by Lisa Kogen | Comments Off on Text and Context: A Haman by Any Other Name Would Be Just as Bad

Torah Fund on One Foot

by Rabbi Lilly Kaufman | Comments Off on Torah Fund on One Foot

Crossing the Threshold

Since its inception in 1918, Women’s League has sought to expand the role of Jewish women beyond the home and synagogue.

by Sarrae G. Crane | Comments Off on Crossing the Threshold

Balancing the Sacred and the Everyday

The Women’s League Convention 2014 focused on the needs of sisterhoods and members, but it also celebrated a remarkable Shabbat.

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Meet Your New President

The new president of Women’s League describes how a one time decision put her on the path to leadership in this excerpt from her installation speech, delivered at Convention 2014 in July.

by Carol Simon | Comments Off on Meet Your New President

Don’t Leave Anyone Behind

by Rabbi Lilly Kaufman | Comments Off on Don’t Leave Anyone Behind
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