Because Biennial can be overwhelming (many people think that’s part of the fun), here are six specific pieces of advice to help you make the most of your time in Boston.
Kerry Brodie runs Emma’s Torch, a non-profit social enterprise with paid culinary training and job placement for refugees, asylum seekers, and human trafficking victims.
Temple Emanuel of the Merrimack Valley in Lowell, MA, won a 2019 URJ Belin Award for its LGBTQ+ “Uninitiative,” a series of audaciously hospitable actions to welcome and support the congregation’s LGBTQ+ community.
The URJ offers a range of leadership development opportunities, so there’s sure to be something suitable for every leader in your congregation.
As the granddaughter of two remarkable partisan resistance fighters, I often wonder if who I am is enough and whether or not I am living up to my truest self.
This original poem touches on faith and belief in God - and discovering the courage to acknowledge the power of prayer.
Two Reform rabbis consider the core values of classical Zionism in Israel’s Declaration of Independence and ask: Can Israel become both a Jewish and a democratic state?
Here are seven ways North American Jews can show support and love for Israel – even if they cannot vote in Israeli elections.
These five intensive tracks will help you best organize your Biennial experience – and because no special intensive registration is required, you’re welcome to attend sessions in both the intensives and non-intensive sessions. Read on to learn about the intensive options and begin planning your Biennial experience today.