Humans are hungry for meaning and connection—but too many Jews haven’t found them in established Jewish institutions. We’re well aware that the Jewish models of the past may not work for the future, which is why our movement is committed to innovation.
In this issue of Journeys, you’ll learn how our students, rabbis and congregations are finding new ways to create serious and positive Jewish experiences.
With our sources and traditions in hand, we’re incubating ideas for the Jewish future.
—THE JOURNEYS EDITORIAL TEAM