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If you have a question on Jewish practices, they will have an answer. Once at the site select the “Ask Us” icon. The site also provides information on contemporary issues.
A weekly, interactive debate between two leading lights in the Reform movement invites participants to join in the discussion by sending in questions and comments.
Jewish Web Directory
An all-inclusive Jewish Search Engine
The spot for Jewish perspectives on contemporary issues of social and economic justice, is a project of the Jewish Funds for Justice, a public foundation committed to mobilizing the resources of American Jews to combat the root causes of domestic, social, and economic injustice.
My Jewish Learning.com
A comprehensive site for learning about Judaism designed to appeal to a diverse group ranging from novices to more experienced learners. It offers “How-to” guides on religious practices and observances that range from pre-holiday preparations through ritual practices with explanations for each practice.
An eclectic online magazine of Jewish culture. Columns, interviews, book reviews, podcasts, and essays cover the Dead Sea Scrolls to HBO’s Deadwood. You can sign up for daily updates here.
A weblog featuring multiple takes on parshat hashavua (the weekly Torah portion) as well as commentaries on holidays, rituals, and various concepts in Judaism as seen through the lens of progressive religious and political viewpoints.
The source for innovative, contemporary Jewish ritual. On ritualwell, you can browse thousands of rituals, listen to music, download a ritual, or cut and paste your own.
A catalyst for excellence, empowering congregations and communities to create synagogues that are sacred and vital centers of Jewish life.
Torat Chayim-Torah Study
A liberal commentary on the Torah portion of the week written by rabbis, cantors, and educators.