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Thursday, April 19, 2018
Yom Chamishi, 4 Iyyar 5778

Women of Reform Judaism

  1. WRJ Voices; Sh'mini II

    I recall my high school years as an intense time of personal growth – understanding who I was, how I saw the world, which values resonated with me and which actions best expressed those values.

    Deborah Radin
  2. Am I next? NO. We won't let that happen.

    Columbine High School, April 20, 1999 - 15 dead, 21 injured

    Virginia Tech University, April 16, 2007 - 33 dead, 23 injured

    Oikos University, April 2, 2012 - 7 dead, 3 injured

    Alyson Malinger
  3. WRJ Voices: Sh'mini I

    “Why?” As children, we wonder about the color of the sky, and we ponder the rules of the games of the playground.

    Lori Levine
  4. How a New Ceremony Changed My View of Yom HaShoah

    Yom HaShoah is typically a somber time to reflect, and for me personally, to be angry at the world. It is not generally a holiday to which I look forward.

    Virginia Ring, with Deborah Fripp
  5. WRJ Voices: Yom Rishon shel Pesach

    There was a girl who used to journey from her home into the woods every day to pray. She would leave her house, walk the long path winding through the trees, and pray to God.

    Ariel Milan-Polisar
  6. Dayeinu…When Will Enough Be Enough?

     

    A Reading For Your Passover Seder

     

    Rabbi Marla J. Feldman
  7. WRJ Voices: Tzav

    The parashah for this week is Tzav from Leviticus 6:1-8:36. It deals with the conclusion of the extensive instructions about sacrifices that began in Leviticus 1:2 and the priests’ ordination.

    Sandi Firsel