Before clicking on the available link below, we would like to offer you our own perspective of what it means to be a Reform Jew today. It is an ongoing spiritual and intellectual endeavor that engages the mind, the soul, and the body to better not only oneself, but to do tikun olam – the repair of the world through doing mitzvot wherever we may find the need. This includes our own congregational family, helping one another, our neighbors, community, our country, Israel, and the world at large. Reform Judaism is a life-long endeavor to create, to sustain, and to better ourselves and our world.
Many resources are available at the link below, including rich material from the Union for Reform Judaism on Jewish Life, Jewish Practice, Learning, Social Justice and Israel.