“We are women – hear us pray”
A Shnat Netzer participant from RSY Netzer in the UK, Emma recently wrote this blog post for the Times of Israel following her experiences attending prayers at the Kotel with Women of the Wall on February 27, 2017, which was Rosh Chodesh Adar. “Today one of the holiest sites in Jerusalem was engulfed in protest. […]
Bringing Netzer, Israel and Global Youth Engagement to North American Youth at the NFTY Convention in Chicago
On February 17-20, 2017, I left the Netzer Shnatties to fend for themselves while I headed to the biennial for North American Federation of Temple Youth (NFTY) Convention in Chicago, with more than 1,000 youth, young adults and movement professionals from North America in attendance. The three-day convention was a celebration of youth, activism and […]
First Seminar of the Eastern [RUSSIA] European Council of Reform Rabbis Launches in Moscow
“Everyone knows that it is the rabbis who are called upon by their congregations, communities and individuals to not only teach, but also lead. I have no doubt that the most important component of our position as rabbis is our role as teachers – and with that our ongoing educational, academic and spiritual growth. Understanding […]
Limited Space Available at CONNECTIONS 2017: Register Today to Join us in Jerusalem May 17-20, 2017
If you haven’t taken a look at our confirmed sessions and presenters, please visit our website and register today before registration closes! Due to security and capacity requirements, we will be unable to offer day passes for CONNECTIONS 2017, including for spouses or partners, with the exception of the opening gala (for which separate registration […]
ANNOUNCEMENTS: IN OUR COMMUNITIES & IN OUR LIVES
Sharing updates in the lives of members and achievements in communities from across our global Jewish family.
Chaverim Project Connects Jewish Youth Across our Global Movement
The Chaverim Project was started by the youth group of Temple Emanu El connecting NFTY youth with other young people in Reform communities around the world, specifically in the Former Soviet Union, to send youth to Netzer summer camps from the World Union.