The Union for Reform Judaism and the Religious Action Center of Reform Judaism have also played a leading role in the Jewish response to Sandy, including raising more than $750,000 for disaster relief efforts and coordinating donations of essential supplies to synagogues, community centers and families.
What does RJ stand for?
RJ stands for Reform Judaism
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- Rijksinstituut voor Integraal Zoetwaterbeheer en Afvalwaterbehandeling
- Rijksinstituut Voor Ziekte- en Invaliditeitsverzekering (Dutch: Belgian Government for Health Insurance)
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- Radio Japan (online radio)
- Radio Jockey (radio announcer)
- Ragga Jungle (music genre)
- Random Jitter
- Raspberry Juice
- Raymond James (investment firm; various locations)
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Other groups signing the brief were Women of Reform Judaism, the Hindu American Foundation, the Union for Reform Judaism and the Central Conference of American Rabbis.
com)-- Reform Judaism has been tested by the spiritual torments and ideological upheavals of the last two centuries.
As the only male regional board member out of seven positions, it is evident to me that boys, and men, are losing interest in being active in Reform Judaism.
23, more than two dozen leading Catholic theologians and other scholars joined the Catholic Alliance for the Common Good, Sojourners and the Religious Action Center of Reform Judaism in calling reform legislation a task of "great urgency.
Sarna, has drawn special attention to the importance of a series of articles that Kraut published on the interaction of universalist faiths, especially on the terrain where Reform Judaism and liberal Christianity met, in close-as-handcuffs alignment.
Rabbi David Saperstein, director of the Religious Action Centre of Reform Judaism, said American Jews' political affinity with African Americans, born of a shared experience of discrimination, could outstrip concerns among some Jewish voters that Obama was not pro-Israel enough.
The organisers hope the initiative, created by the Movement for Reform Judaism in Britain, will attract a worldwide following.