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Check out this Teen's Guide to Civic Engagement - written for teens by teens.
Besides creating a sustainable outreach project each Fellow will Advance professionally through comprehensive training in leadership; Build projects to scale to effectively reach and impact Jewish life for Jews on the margin; Create a strong community of colleagues, friends and mentors; Develop knowledge of what Jewish texts, traditions, and history say about building community; Expand one’s network of innovators, rabbis, leaders, and advocates; Gain program development and outreach skills in a Jewish context.
JewV’Nation Fellowship is a leadership development program for visionary Jewish leaders across North America.
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
A round challah is one of many ways that we make regular foods extra special in celebration of the New Year. This year, kick your challah-making game up a notch with a host of recipes to choose from based on just how you like your challah and step-by-step instructions on how to shape them.
T’shuvah (repentance/repair) is a vital aspect of the High Holidays, so it’s important to embrace these holidays from a strong foundation rooted in self-care.
What do brisket, bees, and babka all have in common? Watch this magical Shaboom! episode about Rosh HaShanah, the Jewish new year, to find out!
Here are blessings for home rituals during the Rosh HaShanah holiday. Lighting candles, eating apples and honey, offering thanks for sweetness and sustenance, and celebrating the cycle of life we travel each year while around a table with family and friends can add richness to your Holy Day observance.
Our fondest memories often center on family gatherings and delicious meals that include foods related to specific Jewish holidays – matzah brei on Passover, latkes during Hanukkah, or cheesecake on Shavuot