Rosh HaShanah, the Jewish new year, begins Sunday, September 29, at sundown. As we prepare, emotionally and spiritually, for these Days of Awe, we offer three prayers for the season.
At MahaNetzer Camp in the south of France, more than 150 campers and 40 staff celebrate their unique brand of Judaism every summer.
When I returned to camp this summer, my whole Jewish self was back. I’m more confident now about who I am, knowing that the Reform Jewish world is the right place for me.
Tot Shabbat is important for our daughter and for us. Each week, it helps us integrate Judaism and its values into her life and build our own Jewish community.
Critiquing Israel was not something I ever felt was appropriate for me to do, but there had to be more to the story than I knew. I needed to learn the facts about Israel.
ReformJudaism.org caught up with Sarah Hurwitz, a former White House speechwriter, first for President Barack Obama and then for First Lady Michelle Obama.
In a forthcoming book, Rabbi Eric Yoffie and Dr. Ruth Gavison parsed what is at the heart of Israel’s Declaration of Independence’s aspirations, vision, and principles.
When 17 people were killed in a shooting at our school, we were devastated by the deaths of our friends and teachers, and we wanted – no, needed – to take action. Here's how our Jewish values continue to guide and inform that work.
Antoni Cimolino, artistic director of Canada’s Stratford Festival, has dedicated the season to the theme “breaking boundaries.” The selections include two paired morality plays that challenge us to transcend our inherited religious and ethnic prejudices.