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The Reform Movement’s Racial Justice Campaign builds on our Civic Engagement Campaign where our Movement focused on combatting voter suppression, particularly impacting Communities of Color. This campaign will address systemic racism by demanding policy change on both a state and federal level and will also push members of our community to do essential Racial Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (REDI) and antiracism work within our communities and ourselves.
Nosh, Pray, March: The Reform Movement Gathers for Women's Rights The Reform Movement is supporting our congregants and congregations who are marching in solidarity with women's rights and equality in Washington, DC on January 21, 2017 Join the Religious Action Center staff and other Reform Jews
As a family, you can create a sacred family tallit to bless your campers during our Friday Shabbat experiences.
The beautiful ritual of Havdalah is the ceremony marking the end of Shabbat. Learn more about Havdalah rituals then create your own ritual items to observe Havdalah on your own, the perfect activity to enjoy with your family.
Have you ever wished that the work you did at camp could also benefit you as a student? Well, now it can. We are so excited to share that many URJ camps are offering the opportunity to earn college credit while working at camp. We are guessing you might have questions about this amazing opportunity – read on for answers!
Each Passover, we join together to drink four cups of wine to represent the promises of freedom that God made to the Israelites in Egypt. This Passover we will make four new promises: to mitigate, adapt, protect, and conserve. As we welcome Elijah for a fifth cup of wine, we will also welcome a commitment to climate action and environmental justice, in order to promote the health of our earth and all its inhabitants.
Passover is on its way, and with it come some of the most delicious, festive, and inventive dishes you’ll ever try! If you’re in need of some top-notch recipes to celebrate this year’s festival, look no further.
Passover is a wonderful opportunity to engage children through crafts. Here are some of our favorites.
Do you ever wonder why Judaism is called Judaism? This week’s parashah, Vayigash, has an answer. This is the moment when Joseph and his brothers, including Judah, dramatically reconnect, and Judah demonstrates a deep caring for his people.