Saturday, August 18, 2018
Yom Shishi, 6 Elul 5778

Women of Reform Judaism

  1. WRJ Voices: Shof'tim

    In this week’s Parashah Moses directs the Israelites to appoint judges to make decisions when there are disagreements.

    Gabrielle Grunau
  2. When Life Gives you Lemons

    When life gives you lemons, make lemonade. I have heard this expression countless times in my life, and it is incredibly fitting for URJ Camp Newman for summer 2018.

    Deanna Stilwell
  3. WRJ Voices: R'eih

    This week's Torah portion, Re'eh, begins by commanding us to “see,” to open our eyes and behold the world which has been set before us.

    Karen Goldberg
  4. WRJ Voices: Eikev

    “And if you do obey these rules and observe them carefully, the Eternal your God will maintain faithfully for you the covenant made on oath with your fathers,” (Deuteronomy 7:12) Moses tells the Is

    Paulette Black
  5. WRJ Voices: Va et'chanan

    In Va-et’chanan, many powerful lessons can be learned, with the ten commandments, the Sh’ma, and the V’ahavta in this parashah.

    Joanne Fried
  6. Why I’m Hopeful About the Next Generation of Voters

    It’s one thing to be standing in front of a room when you know more than everyone else; it’s entirely different to be educating a group of people who know as much, if not more, than you do.

    Lauren Stock
  7. What Israel Means to Me

    When I was in second grade, I won an essay contest. The Jewish Agency asked young people across the country to respond to one question – what does Israel mean to you?

    Rabbi Allison Berry