View the photos and read the stories from our four-day biennial conference that ended on May 20, 2017 following a meaningful and inspiring program of speakers, special events, Shabbat services, site visits and more. Click here to start!
We envision our new website as a central online hub of activity, insight and updates that strengthen and advance our global movement. That’s why we’re opening our website to submissions from constituents in congregations, communities, rabbinical schools, jewish education centers, youth cubs and more. Please click through to read our submissions guidelines for direction and […]
Twenty representatives of six Asian Progressive communities met in Hong Kong in late January for the 2018 Asian Progressive Jewish Summit, and were joined by World Union leaders Carole Sterling, Chair, and Rabbi Daniel H. Freelander, President. Delegates from Shanghai, Singapore, Myanmar, Bali, Tokyo and Hong Kong were joined by Rabbi Fred Morgan, Regional Rabbi […]
(in alphabetical order) Suzanne Anderson | Great Britain I grew up in North London and now live in Sussex. I got married in 2016 and live with my husband on the South Coast of England by the seaside. I am a Qualified Social Worker and my career has specialised in mental health and criminal justice. My role current […]
Beit Polska – The Union of Polish Progressive Jewish Communities in Poland and the European Union for Progressive Judaism (EUPJ) are concerned about the Amended Act on the Institute of National Remembrance – Commission for Prosecution of Crimes against the Polish Nation and some other Acts as passed by Lower House of Poland’s Parliament on […]
On the eve of the Holocaust International Remembrance Day, the Sandra Breslauer Center for Progressive Judaism “Beit Simha” hosted commemorative events dedicated to the day which was launched worldwide in 2005 by the decision of the UN General Assembly.
2017 was a significant for Netzer Olami. As a movement that’s been actively engaging youth in Reform Judaism and Zionism for more than thirty years, our snifim are reporting growth and vibrancy in responding to the changes taking place across the Jewish world. Read our annual review here.
WUPJ hosts and organizes seminars, lectures, activities, and other events all around the world.
|Feb 15-25 2018 Mercaz Shimshon-Beit Shmuel||
The Beutel Seminar for Progressive Jewish Leadership
|Feb 17-24 2018 Caribbean Cruise||
Igniting the Musical Jewish Soul
|Apr 26-29 2018 Prague, Czech Republic||
Regeneration – Building the Future, EUPJ Biennial
|May 10-13 2018 South Africa||
|Jun 01-02 2018 Kibbutz Shefayim||
Israel Reform Movement Biennial
|Jun 22 2018 Notingham, UK||
Movement for Reform Judaism Chagigah 2018
|Jun 29 2018 - Jul 01 2018 St Johns Hotel, Solihull, UK||
Liberal Judaism Biennial
|Jul 08-15 2018 Germany||
Danube Jewish Heritage River Cruise
|Jul 12-22 2018 Jerusalem, Israel||
The Bergman Seminar for Progressive Jewish Educators
|Nov 15-18 2018 Melbourne, Australia||
The Union for Progressive Judaism (UPJ) Biennial Conference
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