I can think of a few truly memorable worship experiences in my life, but the one that always stands out was seeing Green Day at Madison Square Garden in 2009.
Thanks to the Brickner Fellowship, I’ve become a social justice advocate, working with diverse organizations to address societal problems from multiple angles.
As Reform Jews, it can be difficult to create immersive Jewish moments – and camp spoiled many of us into thinking that the best of what that experience could look like is behind us.
Learn what led Anat Hoffman to a career as a Jewish activist, and what keeps her there as executive director of the Israel Religious Action Center.
Recently, Israel’s prime minister reneged on an agreement for an egalitarian prayer space at the Kotel. In the aftermath, what can we learn from the Talmud?
Without her, there are so many empty places, empty sights, so much emptiness. Yet I never thought of retreating into the emptiness; I know my dear Phyllis wanted me to embrace life.
Read Rabbi Gilad Kariv's remarks from the rally outside Prime Minister Netenyahu's residence on Saturday evening, July 1.
Read Rabbi Jacobs’ recent remarks to a Knesset caucus about the Kotel (the Western Wall) and Israel’s conversion bill.
Learn what happened when a Canadian congregation hired an Israeli rabbi to fill in when their own rabbi took a sabbatical.