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The Northeast District is one of the eight districts of Women of Reform Judaism (WRJ), an affiliate of the Union for Reform Judaism (URJ). WRJ is the collective voice and presence of women in congregational life. Stronger together, we support the ideals and enhance the quality of Jewish living to ensure the future of progressive Judaism in North America, Israel, and around the world. READ MORE ABOUT "WHO WE ARE"


Convention is Coming!

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WRJ Northeast District Convention
October 25–28, 2018
Framingham, Massachusetts

Convention is coming, and the "Food Flirts" are coming to convention! Marilynn and Sheila Brass – cookbook authors, television producers, and stars of the PBS cooking series The Food Flirts – will delight us with tales of their combined 132 years of cooking and baking experience.
(Here's a sneak peek of The Food Flirts...)

Read the CALL TO CONVENTION, which contains detailed information about registration, workshops... and more! Or check out the CONVENTION WEBPAGE.


A Message from WRJ Northeast District President Vivian BlumsteinVivianBlumstein.jpg

CONVENTION IS COMING! I am so excited – our planning is well under way. This will be a wonderful convention with exciting guests, fabulous services, a lovely concert on Saturday evening, and of course, stimulating and helpful workshops.

I have always enjoyed going to our district conventions. Each time I go, I meet new people and learn a lot! When I was a sisterhood president, I found them invaluable. It was at these conventions that I learned more about the nuts and bolts of being a good president, such as how to find new leaders, how to deal with conflict, and about new and exciting programs. You will be able to find all these and more!

Even if you aren’t a sisterhood president, you will find plenty to interest you. Share experiences with other women from around the district, make new friends, learn how to run a book club, enjoy some Jewish meditation, learn more about WRJ and what we are up to (particularly with advocacy), and be reinvigorated. And take home what you have learned, so that you can share with your sisterhood.

The committee is working very hard so that we can have the best convention ever. Come and join us – I would love to schmooze with you.

For more details CLICK HERE.

It has been an honor and a privilege to serve as your district president. I have been lucky to be part of such a wonderful group of dedicated women. My term will end at this convention, as our new board is installed.

I wish you all a wonderful and happy New Year. May we all be blessed with joy and health in the coming year.

Warmly,
Vivian


Let's Keep in Touch

Read our newsletter... NEWS FROM THE NORTHEAST is sent via email to sisterhood presidents, individual WRJ members, Kevuda Society members, and the board of the Northeast District on the first Tuesday of each month. Ask your sisterhood president to forward it to you, so that you can keep up with all the news in the Northeast District. Or you can read it HERE.

Like us on Facebook... VISIT OUR FACEBOOK PAGE to see what's happening in the Northeast District.

Follow is on Twitter... @WRJNortheast to get up-to-the-minute information on happenings around the Northeast District and of interest to Jewish women.

Join the conversation on Yammer... THE YAMMER WEBSITE allows WRJ sisterhood leaders and individual members to connect with one another, ask questions, and share strategies and programming. Once you have joined Yammer, you are able to join our group, WRJ Northeast District.  It is an open group. To request access to Yammer, email leadership@wrj.org. If you are a sisterhood leader, please also include the name and location of your sisterhood as well as your own contact information.

Become a member of the Kevuda Society... Former members of the boards of District 1, District 3, and the Northeast District can stay in touch by joining the Kevuda Society. Please contact us at wrjneblast@gmail.com for more information.

Contact us by email... Write to us at wrjneblast@gmail.com with your comments and questions, and tell us what is happening in your sisterhood or community. We would love to hear from you!

Last but not least, visit our website often... It provides helpful information about the district and its resources.


Partners in Reform Judaism located in the Northeast District

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