“WRJ has given me the tools to become a leader that I never envisioned for myself. It has provided me with a family of sisters for support and knowledge.”
– Sherry Schwimmer, KKBE, Charleston, SC
Made possible in part by a generous gift from WRJ Board member Joanne B. Fried, FLC is WRJ’s flagship event. It is a 4-day experience to hone leadership skills, further Jewish learning, and deepen connections with other sisterhoods, leaders, and WRJ.
FLC is intended for current, rising, and experienced sisterhood leaders, WRJ Board members and Board alumnae, new WRJ members, and any woman interested in WRJ and the Reform Movement. There is something for everyone at FLC: it is the perfect opportunity to gain and fine-tune skills, strengthen sisterhoods, broaden Jewish knowledge and spiritual horizons, and learn about and connect (or reconnect) with WRJ.
Attendees will participate in workshops and learning sessions, create connections and network with other Reform women, experience meaningful Shabbat worship, learn from experts and from each other, and enjoy time together with WRJ leaders and friends. FLC attendees will leave feeling rejuvenated and, with the support of their WRJ sisters, be better prepared to guide their own sisterhoods and serve as leaders in their communities.
Why join us at FLC 2018?
Read more about what to expect in Nashville, including major speakers from the Reform Movement: President Rabbi Rick Jacobs, and Vice President of Audacious Hospitality April Baskin, as well as musician-in-residence Michelle Citrin.
See the presentation of the WRJ Jane Evans "Pursuit of Justice" Award to Marian Wright Edelman, founder and president of the Children's Defense Fund (CDF).
Learn how to make the case about the importance of attending FLC!