Netzer launched its Appeal on 27 September and are pleased to announce they have raised close to $5000. Supporting this Appeal is crucial to the future of our Progressive movement to support:
Please be generous in your support.
Beth Shalom will host its Shabbaton on 24-26 November, with guest faculty Jules Gaddie, Shannyn Gelbart, Professor Todd Nachwitz, Rabbi Gary Robuck, Eliah Sakakoshkov-von Bismarck and Helen Shamroth. To learn more and register, click here.
The Union for Progressive Judaism (UPJ) in Australia, New Zealand and Asia is shocked by the terrorist attack on a mosque in Egypt that has resulted in 300 deaths and severe injury to many worshippers including several children.