JWI’s campaign #IBelieveIsraeliWomen

Posted on April 16, 2024

From Jewish Women International on April 11, 2024: This year, we invite you to add a flower to your seder plate as a way to stand in solidarity with the women of Israel – to honor the memory of those who we lost at the hands of Hamas and other terrorists, to give hope to Continue Reading »

Conference of Presidents Resource Guide 4.16

Posted on April 16, 2024

  PASSOVER RESOURCES See a list of Passover supplements from various Jewish organizations HERE, compiled by AZM. Buy your Hostage and Missing Families Forum haggadot HERE. Digital versions will be made available shortly. ADL Audit ADL released its 2023 Audit of Antisemitic Events this morning. Read the report HERE.  

Everything You Need for Passover [USCJ]

Posted on April 16, 2024

  Everything You Need for Passover: Hosting a Seder for People New to Judaism or the Seder “So, you’re hosting a seder and you are expecting guests who might be new to Judaism or new to Passover? Well, my friend, you have picked the perfect holiday to do so.” Read on for more tips on Continue Reading »

Passover Supplement

Posted on April 15, 2024

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Jewish Book Council: Discount to WLCJ Members!

Posted on April 15, 2024

  For more information, contact Suzanne Swift at and mention you’re a WLCJ Member

Six Months in Hostage Square Pictures and Stories

Posted on April 15, 2024

When the Masorti Movement first entered Hostage Square, set up a few days after the initial shock of the October 7 atrocities, like all Israelis, we did not expect the site to become a routine part of our lives. We asked ourselves, what is Masorti’s role, as a pluralistic religious movement, in these dark times. Continue Reading »

Six Months They Are Out of Time

Posted on April 1, 2024

Prayer: Let Us Pray

Posted on March 27, 2024

Let Us Pray… composed by Rabbi Ellen S. Wolintz-Fields Executive Director, Women’s League for Conservative Judaism Ribono Shel Olam, Our God in Heaven, We gather as a kehilah kedoshah, a holy community, to communicate with God in our own individual and personal ways; to pray, to learn and sing together.  Avinu She-ba-shamayim, stronghold and redeemer Continue Reading »

Voices of Change: A WLCJ Civil Rights Journey in Georgia & Alabama 2024

Posted on March 20, 2024

Jewish involvement in the U.S. Civil Rights movement helped create fundamental changes in this country. Women’s League traveled on March 11-13, 2024 and learned about the brave freedom fighters and toured significant Civil Rights sites in Georgia and Alabama. Sites included the Rosa Parks Museum in Montgomery, Alabama, the Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma, Alabama, Continue Reading »

PURIM SPECIAL: Who was Esther – Greeks vs. Jews

Posted on March 18, 2024

Who was Esther?   The Greek Septuagint offers a different Esther than the Hebrew version!   What was added or subtracted?   A Purim Special !!🥳🎉 Esther is no mere beauty queeen, she is a leader!     Dr. Etka Liebowitz takes us through the various readings and interpretations.    Watch the Video   IF you Continue Reading »