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SCRJ to be Featured at the National Convention of the Union of Reform Judaism (URJ)

The Society had a significant presence at the URJ Biennial gathering of the Union for Reform Judaism (URJ) in San Diego, on December 10-14, 2013.  Three thousand delegates from America’s

Happy New Year! Prayers and Readings for the High Holy Days

A very Happy New Year to you all!  If you have never experienced a Classical Reform High Holy Day Service, I think you will enjoy reading the Society’s Special High

What is Classical Reform? A Personal Response by a Jew by Choice | Guest Blog by Jamison (Yaakov) Painter

What is Classical Reform?  Clearly it is more than a style of worship.  Although the stately sounds of organs and choirs and use of the Union Prayer Book are a

Reliving Sinai: Shavuot and the Tradition of Confirmation in Reform Judaism

  Did you know that…”… early as 1817, confirmation reflected the major Reform principle of gender equality by including both girls and boys-becoming the first (very radical) opportunity for an

Save the Dates: “Reclaiming and Renewing Our (Reform Jewish) Heritage”

Please join us for this year’s March conference on the Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion‘s Cincinnati campus.  The Society and the College are celebrating our fourth year of partnership