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Roots of Reform Judaism promotes the progressive spiritual values and traditions of our American Reform Jewish heritage as the vibrant inspiration for contemporary Jewish life, liturgy, and worship.

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P.O. Box 498009

Cincinnati, Ohio 45249

T: 617-684-1882

E: info@rootsofreform.org

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© 2019 by Roots of Reform Judaism

REFORM ADVOCATE ARCHIVES

Fall 2019

Read all about our new name, team, transition, vision, and projects already in the works!

Spring 2018

Passover with the New Union Haggadah

Spring 2017

Celebrating Ten Years of Accomplishments & Progress

Winter 2016

Remembering Edward M. Ackerman

Summer 2016

A Poignant Prayer for our Times

Winter 2015

A Response to the Terror Attacks in Europe

Summer 2015

The SCRJ Publications Program: Creating New Resources for the Study and Celebration of our Reform Jewish Heritage

Summer 2014

In their Own Words: Today’s Classical Reform Supporters

Spring 2014

The New Union Haggadah: A Contemporary, Inclusive Language Revision of the 1923 Union Haggadah

Winter 2013

A Five Year Retrospective

Fall 2013

Special Edition: High Holy Days Prayers and Resources from The Union Prayer Book, Sinai Edition, Volume II

Summer 2013

SCRJ Partnership with HUC Marks Four Years of Learning and Encounter

Spring 2013

An Introduction to Classical Reform Music

Winter 2012

Success at the URJ Biennial

Fall 2012

Second Annual SCRJ Institute at Hebrew Union College

Spring 2012

An Expanding Vision: The SCRJ Launches Historic Outreach in Israel

Fall 2011

Classical Reform Confronts the Challenge of Interfaith Marriage

Summer 2011

First Annual SCRJ Institute at Hebrew Union College a Rousing Success

Spring 2011

The Union Prayer Book: A New Revised Edition to be Published in 2011

Winter 2010

The 200th Anniversary of Reform Judaism: The SCRJ “Roots of Reform” Pilgrimage to Germany

Fall 2010

Grant from the Society for Classical Reform Judaism and the Edward and Wilhelmina Ackerman Foundation Supports Rabbinical Student Scholarships at HUC-JIR/Cincinnati

Spring 2010

SCRJ Expands National Outreach

Winter 2009

Our First Year in Review