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The resolutions adopted by the URJ represent the evolutionary changes in its stands on many political, social, economic, and humanitarian issues.
The URJ was founded in 1873 by Rabbi Isaac Mayer Wise as the Union of American Hebrew Congregations.
In a world where time is precious and congregational leaders are called on to do more and know more, the URJ has launched a number of online courses. These asynchronous courses are a way to take a deeper dive in an area of synagogue life around issues that congregants are seeking to understand and help leaders look to the future in a more strategic, thoughtful way.