Last month, I spoke about Women of the Wall and religious pluralism and civility at Shabbat Services for Rosh Hodesh Adar.
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On Rosh Chodesh Adar, these leaders, in partnership with the Religious Action Center of Reform Judaism, organized prayers, engaged in study sessions and passed a resolution expressing solidarity with the Women of the Wall
With a kippah affixed to her head and a tallit draped on her shoulders, Dr. Abby Caplin spoke of the violence befalling women who wear the same religious garments while praying at the Western Wall in Jerusalem.
This morning we dedicated our Tefillah to the Women of the Wall and to their ongoing struggle to create accessible prayer space for all Jews.
This afternoon, twenty women and one man gathered together for our weekly lunch and learn.
Joint program of Congregation Albert Sisterhood (Reform) and Congregation B’nai Israel Sisterhood (Conservative), 100 women attended
Our Lunch and Learn session today was dedicated to Women of the Wall.
For the past year and a half a group of 35-40 women have been gathering twice a month to learn (we call it the Women’s Study Group).
The attached pictures were taken at our Women’s Chanukah celebration at University Synagogue, Los Angeles, CA, Tuesday, December 15, 2009. Seventy women were present at this Women of Reform Judaism event.