Sunday, July 22, 2018
Yom Rishon, 10 Av 5778

Women of Reform Judaism

  1. WRJ Voices: D'Varim

    In this week’s parashat we hear the voice of Moses retelling the journey from Egypt to the Promised Land.  This includes the explanation of why we had to spend 40 years in the desert.

    Lynn Gelber
  2. My Day on the West Bank

    I recently had the opportunity to visit Israel as part of the 2018 WRJ Wilkenfeld International Women’s Leadership Seminar.

    Jane Taves
  3. WRJ Voices: Matot Mas'-ei

    As we reach the end of the book of Numbers (B’midbar), this week’s double portion, Matot-Mas’ei, reminds us to find our voice and to not fear change.

    Jennifer Daley
  4. Making Connections: Twinning Congregations

    It all began as a promise to twin with a woman’s group through the Women of Reform Judaism’s Domim-aLike Twinning Program.

    Jill Kamin and Corinne Black
  5. WRJ Voices: Pinchas

    She called me “headstrong” and meant it as a compliment.  I wasn’t so sure I liked that description, so I decided to check the dictionary – my leather-bound, 1966 high-school-gifted Webster’s Seven

    Rosanne Selfon
  6. Scenes from a Families Belong Together Rally in DC

    As a kid, I was never very good at falling asleep. I came into the world screaming, and my parents joke that nothing much has changed. Eventually, they had to teach me to sleep by letting me cry.

    Iliana Eber
  7. WRJ Voices: Balak

    Parashat Balak offers a common theme - the evil ruler Balak, the King of Moab, is afraid of being overpowered by another more powerful group of people, the Israelites.

    Fonda Hartman