Reform Judaism Magazine Offers Access to the Magazine's Back Issue Content

Thursday, April 7, 2011

The editors of Reform Judaism magazine are pleased to let you know about a new and valuable resource that has been created to serve families and congregations.    

For the first time ever, the newly redesigned RJ magazine website reformjudaismmag.org offers instant access to the magazine’s extensive back issue content by topic.  For example:

  • How to prevent the most common synagogue mistakes.
  • How a Jewish high school student can choose the right university for him/her—and get in.
  • Profiles of unique Reform/Progressive communities worldwide—perfect when you’re traveling abroad.
  • Thought-provoking modern and traditional reflections, teachings, and insights about the Jewish holidays—and recipes, too!
  • And much more.


This content—and still timely, in-depth articles on many other relevant topics—is now instantly accessible.  Go to reformjudaismmag.org and point your mouse onto these categories--Strengthening Synagogues, Jewish Living, Travel/World Reports, Spirituality, Israel, Cooking, or College/Youth--on the menu bar.  You’ll go to a drop-down menu of offerings which will provide you with everything you need.

It's all there at reformjudaismmag.org.


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