Posted on August 23, 2023

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Women’s League Cares – The collective WE of WLCJ can make a difference!

Posted on August 16, 2023

Women’s League Cares – The collective WE of WLCJ can make a difference! Give a gift today so we can help them be here for tomorrow…. Jerilynn Payne August 16, 2023 The Maui Hawaii wildlife fire is one of the deadliest wildfires in modern United States history with a death toll of, as of August Continue Reading »

Additional Opportunities – Summer/Fall 2023

Posted on August 3, 2023

Additional Opportunities For the past six years, Keshet and USCJ have worked together to deliver Keshet’s Shivyon Project cohort for USCJ-affiliated synagogues.  Keshet, in partnership with the United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism (USCJ), has launched the Shivyon Project cohort for USCJ-affiliated synagogues! The Shivyon project is a year-long cohort-based opportunity for synagogues that want to focus on creating organizational change in order Continue Reading »

MERCAZ USA at the Extraordinary Zionist Congress

Posted on May 30, 2023

MERCAZ USA and our international partners made a significant difference and were a LOUD voice for your values at the Extraordinary Zionist Congress held in Jerusalem at the end of April. The forces fighting for a pluralistic democratic Israel are on the offensive and we won this Congress The delaying tactics of those who opposed Continue Reading »


Posted on April 3, 2023

#StandUpToJewishHate is a new campaign to educate everyone in the United States about the rise of antisemitism and mobilize people outside the Jewish community to help us address growing hate and intolerance. We need to drive home the message that Jews make up just 2.4% of the U.S. population but are the victims of 55% of all Continue Reading »

Amazing resources on Pesach, Israeli Independence and Jewish Unity

Posted on April 3, 2023

Shalom friends, We sometimes forget about why we celebrate Passover and what it means to be free, a free person, a free people and a free democratic nation, in our land, the land of Israel. The legacy of Passover is something that should be felt, not just understood with the mind. Every year we are reminded Continue Reading »

The Blue Dove Foundation: Get the Updated Mental Health Seder Companion

Posted on March 28, 2023

Bring mental health to your table with our updated Mental Health Passover Seder Companion! We created this companion to help individuals utilize the themes and motifs of Passover traditions to examine their internal stories of slavery, and experience true freedom. Also, check out our new Haggadah! This Haggadah contains all of the texts of a traditional Haggadah. Continue Reading »

Worldwide Conservative/Masorti Leadership Statement on President Herzog’s Framework

Posted on March 27, 2023

We, the leaders of the Global Conservative/Masorti Movement representing more than 2 million Jews around the world, commend President Herzog for his leadership and his serious, responsible framework for resolving the unprecedented crisis facing Israel’s democracy and society. As hundreds of thousands of Israelis continue to take to the streets and deep concern about the plan currently being advanced Continue Reading »

Conservative/Masorti Movement Organizations Commend Netanyahu’s Decision to Suspend Judicial Reform Proposals

Posted on March 27, 2023

Posted on: Monday March 27, 2023 In response to the Israeli government’s suspension of legislative consideration of judicial reform measures, Conservative/Masorti movement organizations issued the following statement: “We commend Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu for his decision to temporarily suspend his coalition’s controversial judicial reform proposals. We are pleased that this policy has been postponed until Continue Reading »

Pesach for Ukrainian Refugees

Posted on March 27, 2023

This year, more than ever, Masorti Olami together with their partners at the Schechter Institutes are focusing their efforts on making sure our Ukrainian refugees and communities are able to celebrate Pesach to the fullest. This includes ensuring there are communal and individual Seders, some with over 100 people, in Kyiv, Odessa, Chernivtsi, Kharkiv, Berlin, Continue Reading »