This is the story of one woman whose life was changed thanks to the support of Women of Reform Judaism.
WRJ YES Fund Grantee
A vibrant, North American-based organization provides sacred community, support, and advocacy for over 700 female and nonbinary rabbis, but one-fifth of those rabbis serve internationally.
When getting lunch with a colleague in the field this week, they said that the work we do at the LUNAR Collective is “remarkable.” That word stuck with me.
Women of Reform Judaism Awards $300,500 in Grants to Support Jewish Communities in the Reform Movement and Beyond
On Sunday mornings and Tuesday evenings, when members of the Shlichei Tzibur Prayer Leadership program meet for virtual classes, individuals get to practice leading a prayer, a song, a psalm, or a kavanah (intention) of their choice. For the more seasoned...