Welcome to WRJ Atlantic District!
A Message from Atlantic District President, Lori Motis
Welcome to the WRJ Atlantic District website! Even though we may all be at different stages of our leadership development, the District is here to work toward bringing out women’s potentials. We are working together to help District women in “Reaching New Heights” in the coming term through our programming and outreach efforts.
This website is a great reference guide. We will post our upcoming events here, so check back to keep up to date. There is information in our District Manual about our District, by-laws, policies and procedures, District forms, and contact information. We also have information about opportunities for giving to our two District Funds and our Alumnae group.
Feel free to email to stay in touch. Join our District conference calls, attend District and local area events. Stronger together, we contribute to the Jewish people as we do the work of WRJ and our District.
Lori B. Motis
WRJ Atlantic District President
Please join this important Mitzvah project with our Harlam family. When you read our nurse Sara and her family’s story, I know your hearts (and wallets) will open. What has happened to them is simply too much for one family to endure. We are a village…a holy community, and we help our own and as we help others. Please give what you can! Thank you!
Each sisterhood and women's group in the Atlantic District is entitled to a District speaker once every two years. Most sisterhoods request a speaker for their own sisterhood, alone, but you may instead request a speaker for a joint event with one or more other affiliated sisterhoods in your city or local area.
For more information, visit our Speakers Bureau FAQs page.
District Giving & Philanthropy
Celebrate Everyday Happenings!
Send a donation of $18 or more and we will send a lovely acknowledgement card to whomever you designate. Your gift will not only bring joy or comfort to those you honor, but it will also provide scholarship funds to train our future leaders and ensure that Reform Judaism remains strong into the future.