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Thursday, September 21, 2017
Yom Chamishi, 1 Tishri 5778

Women of Reform Judaism

  1. "You and I"

    Reflections on the “You and I” mother and daughter seminar, a process whereby girls and their mothers learn about the Jewish meaning of a Bat Mitzvah ceremony and prepare for their Aliy

    Rabbi Rinat Safania, Shani Rotem. Yael Rotem
  2. WRJ Voices: Nitzavim- Vayelech

    Each year on the Shabbat before Rosh Hashanah and the morning of Yom Kippur, we read Parashiyot: Nitzavim and Vayelech. The parashah takes place on the very last day of Moses’ life.

    Lillian Burkenheim Silver
  3. WRJ Voices: Ki Tavo

    Our people are soon to enter into the Promised Land, after forty years of wandering in the desert. What shall they do when they finally reach their new home?

    Rozan Anderson
  4. WRJ Voices: Ki Teitzei

    Deuteronomy, the last of the Five Books of Moses, is filled with a repetition of the laws that were given earlier in the Torah and also some new ones.

    Diane Kaplan
  5. Judaism and Science: On the Same Wavelength

    The day started with a bang.  Literally. 

    Shelley Niceley Groff
  6. WRJ Voices: Shof'tim

    In this week’s parasha, Shof’tim, rules are established for a just society.

    Pat Blum
  7. Bringing People Together: Social Justice

    After just celebrating my first month with WRJ, I am forever grateful for all the opportunities and experiences that have led me to this point.

    Alyson Malinger