To be a Reform Jew is to hear the voice of the prophets in our head; to be engaged in the ongoing work of tikkun olam; to strive to improve the world in which we live; to be God’s partners in standing up for the voiceless and fixing what is broken in our society.
More than 400,000 women serve in the Armed Forces, and receive their health insurance from the Department of Defense’s Military Health System.
We read in Kohelet, or Ecclesiastes, that “One generation goes and another generation comes, but the Earth remains forever” (1:4).
In Orlando early Sunday, 49 people died in the deadliest mass shooting in U.S history, in an act of domestic hate and terror focused on a popular gay nightclub. May the memories of the righteous be a blessing.