RJ Blog

Our Spiritual Fate Depends on Progress Toward Racial Justice

Our Spiritual Fate Depends on Progress Toward Racial Justice ...

Planting “Trees” to Fulfill the Dream of Israel’s Founders

Planting “Trees” to Fulfill the Dream of Israel’s Founders ...

URJ Youth

On the Other Hand

Remembering Debbie Friedman z”l on Shabbat Shira

This week’s Torah portion, Parashat B’shalach, is read on Shabbat Shira, the Shabbat of Song. Music is highlighted on this particular Shabbat: In ...

What is Lost in Translation

In Parashat Bo, we learn about the last three of the plagues that are visited upon the Pharaoh of Egypt. Rabbi Rick Jacobs focuses on the plague of da...

RJ Blog Social Justice

Our Spiritual Fate Depends on Progress Toward Racial Justice

Our Spiritual Fate Depends on Progress Toward Racial Justice Jan 16, ...

On Being a Moral Leader in Uncertain Times

On Being a Moral Leader in Uncertain Times On Be...

RJ Blog Jewish Life

Our Spiritual Fate Depends on Progress Toward Racial Justice

Our Spiritual Fate Depends on Progress Toward Racial Justice Jan 16, ...

Planting “Trees” to Fulfill the Dream of Israel’s Founders

Planting “Trees” to Fulfill the Dream of Israel’s Founders ...

RJ Blog Practice

How I Try to Make My Words and Meditations Acceptable to God

How I Try to Make My Words and Meditations Acceptable to God ...

RJ Blog Learning

The Most Troubling Verse in the Bible

The Most Troubling Verse in the Bible The Most T...

The Traditions I’m Not Passing on to My Students

The Traditions I’m Not Passing on to My Students ...

RJ Blog Jewish Holidays

Planting “Trees” to Fulfill the Dream of Israel’s Founders

Planting “Trees” to Fulfill the Dream of Israel’s Founders ...

The Small Miracle I Found in a Tel Aviv Café

The Small Miracle I Found in a Tel Aviv Café Th...

RJ Blog Israel

Planting “Trees” to Fulfill the Dream of Israel’s Founders

Planting “Trees” to Fulfill the Dream of Israel’s Founders ...

The Small Miracle I Found in a Tel Aviv Café

The Small Miracle I Found in a Tel Aviv Café Th...

Torah commentaries

Honoring the Innocent Victims of Conflict

Saturday, January 12, 2019

URJ Press Releases

URJ Leaders Welcome Election of Dr. Andrew Rehfeld as President of HUC-JIR

URJ Leaders Welcome Election of Dr. Andrew Rehfeld as President of HUC-JIR ...

URJ's Rabbi Rick Jacobs Welcomes Rabbi Hara Person as CCAR Chief Executive

URJ's Rabbi Rick Jacobs Welcomes Rabbi Hara Person as CCAR Chief Executive ...

Torah

The Most Troubling Verse in the Bible

The Most Troubling Verse in the Bible The Most T...

The Traditions I’m Not Passing on to My Students

The Traditions I’m Not Passing on to My Students ...

Sukkot

Carrying the Spirit of Sukkot Into the Rest of the Year

Carrying the Spirit of Sukkot Into the Rest of the Year ...

When It Comes to Israel, We Cannot Avoid Our Discomfort

When It Comes to Israel, We Cannot Avoid Our Discomfort ...

Simchat

How Trope Strengthens Our Connections to Torah

How Trope Strengthens Our Connections to Torah ...

Memorial: A Poem for Yizkor

Memorial: A Poem for Yizkor Memorial: A Poem for...

Hannukkah

The Small Miracle I Found in a Tel Aviv Café

The Small Miracle I Found in a Tel Aviv Café Th...

How I Feel as a Jew During Christmas

How I Feel as a Jew During Christmas Dec 13, 2018|Juliette Hirt ...

Shabbat

Why I Observed Havdalah Alone - and What it Taught Me

Why I Observed Havdalah Alone - and What it Taught Me ...

What Can We Learn from a Chasidic Melody?

What Can We Learn from a Chasidic Melody? What C...

Parenting

Joseph Cries a Lot - and That Should Matter to Us

Joseph Cries a Lot - and That Should Matter to Us ...

A Jewish Perspective on Being a Working Mother

A Jewish Perspective on Being a Working Mother A...