Next WRJ Says STOP Webinar is December 4 at 8pm ET!

Join Dr. Alissa R. Ackerman and Dr. Guila Benchimol, developers of the URJ’s ‘Building a Very Narrow Bridge’ Restorative Justice Project, for the next webinar in our series. Come away with tools on how to handle disclosures of harm and survivor agency, and much more! Thank you to our co-sponsors ACC, CCAR, HUC-JIR, MRJ, URJ, & WRN. Learn more and RSVP!

ARZA Solidarity Mission to Israel: Hear from WRJ Attendees

WRJ Vice President of Social Justice, Shoshana Dweck, and WRJ Board member Luisa Narins participated in the ARZA Solidarity Mission to Israel November 26-December 1. Join us to learn about their experiences in Israel.

Israeli Organizations: Advancing Progressive Visions

Hear from our YES Fund grantees in this third and final part of the series! WRJ Executive Director Rabbi Liz P.G. Hirsch (she/her) will discuss impactful projects with Anna Kislanski, CEO of IMPJ, and Orly Erez-Likhovski., Executive Director of IRAC. Watch the recording now

2023-24 YES Fund Grantees

Women of Reform Judaism (WRJ), through its YES Fund, has awarded $300,500 in grants to 22 programs that will strengthen Jewish life and provide the necessary support for religious, social, and educational growth in North America, Israel, and worldwide. Download our flyer for details. 

Leading with the principle of Tikkun Olam, WRJ mobilizes collective action for various causes to create a more just and compassionate world for people of all backgrounds and identities. From abortion access to sexual harassment and assault to pay equity and racial justice, WRJ empowers women to use their voices and cultivate the next generation of Reform Jewish leaders through education, advocacy, and action. 

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Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion

WRJ is committed to diverse identities and wants supporters to experience a sense of belonging as their authentic selves. 

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Continuing to Educate and Empower People Together

December 1, 2023
As we head toward the end of the calendar year, there are many programs to attend, lots of holidays to prepare for, and plenty of important work to contribute to. One facet of the important work that Women of Reform Judaism continues to commit itself to, for we can always do more and better...

My Challah-Making Experience

November 17, 2023
Five days after the deadly attack by Hamas on Israel, Sisterhood of Congregation Emanu El, Houston hosted a program. I’m not sure Jewish life as we knew it would ever be the same, but it was meaningful for me to come together for a program in our temple.

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