Coming Together Around the World: WUPJ High Holiday Roundup
The World Union for Progressive Judaism's (WUPJ) family of communities gathered to pray, hear the shofar, shake the lulav and of course celebrate the beginning of 5776. Whether in London, Shanghai, Rome, St. Petersburg, across South America, Israel and the United States, each WUPJ-affiliated kehila observed the High Holidays in its own inimitable way. more...
The youth movement of the World Union for Progressive Judaism, Netzer Olami, includes approximately 18,000 young people throughout the world. Learn more
The Anita Saltz International Education Center is an exciting and innovative initiative of the World Union for Progressive Judaism, combining liberal Jewish study with unique and meaningful Israel experiences. The Center offers both short- and long-term seminars and workshops. Learn more
I look forward to answering any questions you have about the WUPJ's guiding principles and action plan for 5775/2015 at: