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מסורת של התחדשות יהודית

The Israel Movement for Reform & Progressive Judaism (IMPJ) is the umbrella organization of all the Reform communities and institutions in Israel.
We seek to integrate Jewish tradition with the realities of modern life, and believe in the right of each individual to shape their own Jewish way of life through a process of study and reflection. The Reform movement emphasizes the commandments concerning relations between humans, religious tolerance, and full equality between women and men in the synagogue and in all walks of life.

Shannah Tova u'metuka from the IMPJ

Shannah Tova u'metuka from the IMPJ

Wishing you a Shannah Tova u'Metuka from the IMPJ. Click here to read a New Year's message from IMPJ executive director, Rabbi Gilad Kariv

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Elul 5774 - September 2014 Newsletter

Elul 5774 - September 2014 Newsletter The war is over and the work continues. As we approach the High Holidays, we invite you to read about what we have been up to lately and what is being planned for the near future. Shannah Tova U'Metukah!


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"Open the Gate" - Ladino singing, liturgical poems and Hebrew songs

We are pleased to invite you to a unique and exciting musical evening in anticipation of the High Holidays, led by Rabbi Mira Hovav of Kehillat "Yuval" – Gedera and Ariel Lazaros, musician and member of Kehillat "Bavat Ayin" in Rosh Ha'Ayin.


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Communities

The IMPJ seeks to strengthen Jewish identity in Israel. Our congregations, from Nahariya in the north to Kibbutz Lotan in the southern desert, seek to bring Israelis closer to Jewish heritage and culture and to the values of pluralism, equality and humanism.

The IMPJs Community Outreach Department is responsible for a wide range of programs and activities in the communal and public spheres:


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Social Justice

Social Justice Jewish tradition mandates concern for others, and the IMPJ takes this value seriously.

The IMPJ cooperates with local congregations, the Israel Religious Action Center, the Young Adult Leadership Forum and other bodies in order to plan and implement social justice programs. Activities include distributing basic school equipment to disadvantaged students before the beginning of the school year; distributing traditional food parcels for the needy at Passover; and running a social justice fair at two leading Israeli universities to expose students to organizations active in the field.


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