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"News from the Northeast" is sent via email on the first Tuesday of each month. Events, news items, and photos for each monthly issue should be submitted to by the last Tuesday of the preceding month.

Ask your sisterhood president to forward our monthly newsletter to you, so that you can keep up with news in the Northeast District. You can also subscribe here. Or you can read our past newsletters here:

If you "opted out" of our newsletter by mistake, you can opt back in here. After you submit the form, you will receive an email invitation to opt in. Be sure to follow the directions on the email to complete the opt-in process.

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Yammer is the networking platform used by WRJ leaders and members to connect and exchange information and ideas. Become a member of the WRJ Northeast District group on Yammer to share questions, events, and strategies with other members of the Northeast District.

Need access to Yammer? Email with your contact information and the name and location of your affiliation.


Our website – – provides helpful information about the district and its resources. You can link to our website from your website, newsletter, and other materials.

WRJ Blog

Stay in touch with WRJ by reading recent articles written by women across North America and around the world.

The Facts About Abortion

June 24, 2022
FACT: Life begins at birth. FACT: Until birth, the fetus is part of the mother. FACT: The life and well-being of the mother will always take precedence over the fetus until the point at which the fetus's head fully emerges from the womb, and it becomes a living baby. These are the facts as I believe them to be, based on my faith, tradition, and understanding of Jewish law. While I understand that some people may hold different religious views, they are not binding on me. Until now.

Parashat Sh'lach L'cha

June 24, 2022
This week’s Torah portion, Parashat Sh’lach L’cha, begins with the story of Moses’ sending the twelve scouts (each one representing their own tribe) to get to know the Promised Land and those living there and bring back an assessment of their chances of conquering the Land.

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