Monday, July 24, 2017
Yom Sheini, 1 Av 5777

Women of Reform Judaism

  1. WRJ Voices: Matot-Ma'sei

    This week’s parsha is a double portion, Matot-Ma’sei, and with it we conclude the book of B’midbar (Numbers).

    Abigail Fisher
  2. Let us Welcome, Not Fear, the Stranger

    As the global refugee crisis escalated, fear and misunderstanding of who refugees are inhibited refugee resettlement in the United States.

    Lee Wilson
  3. WRJ Voices: Pinchas

    This week’s parashah, Pinchas, addresses the census taken as the Israelites were poised to enter the Promised Land. With a few exceptions, the census lists only men.

    Judy Wexler
  4. Invisible Realities

    When my younger brother was about eleven, he decided he did not believe in God.

    Bailey Roos
  5. WRJ Voices: Balak

    Blessings and curses. Our lives are full of them, and our Torah is full of them.

    Jane Taves
  6. Moving Forward for Voting Rights

    What do the states of Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, South Carolina, Texas and Virginia have in common?

    Hamilton Brooks
  7. WRJ Voices: Chukat

    In this Torah portion, the Israelites lose two of their leaders: Miriam and Aaron. When Aaron dies, the people are prepared – they observed Moses, Aaron and Eleazar ascend Mount Hor.

    Edith Caplan