Union for Reform Judaism  

Since 1947 our Congregation has been an affiliate of the UAHC, the national organization of Reform synagogues. The UAHC recently changed their name to Union for Reform Judaism. This group provides many services to all Congregations and to Jewish life including the development of books and other materials for Jewish education, temple management aids, camps, a national youth program, outreach, interfaith relations, etc. As an affiliate of the URJ our members receive the magazine Reform Judaism.

What's New in Reform Judaism?  

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Reform Movement Horrified by CT School Shooting; Reaffirms Call for Sensible Gun Control
Laser: The Talmud teaches us, "He who takes one life it is as though he has destroyed the universe." The loss of so many lives, including children, is not just devastating - it is unacceptable.

What is Reform Judaism?  

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Throughout history, Jews have remained firmly rooted in Jewish tradition, even as we learned much from our encounters with other cultures. Nevertheless, since its earliest days, Reform Judaism has asserted that a Judaism frozen in time is an heirloom, not a living fountain.
The positions of the Reform Movement are based primarily in two sources: Resolutions adopted by the Union for Reform Judaism, and resolutions adopted by the Central Conference of American Rabbis.