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Welcome to the New Leadership Update!

Welcome to the new USCJ Leadership Update. We hope you find it informative and engaging. We think our new, brighter format is a great match for what’s been happening at the new USCJ, where each day we are working to

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Welcome to the New Leadership Update!

Welcome to the new USCJ Leadership Update. We hope you find it informative and engaging. We think our new, brighter format is a great match for what’s been happening at the new USCJ, where each day we are working to

Richard, Jonah and Jeffrey
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L’Dor Vador: From the Desk of the International President

As I sit and relax on this Fourth of July holiday, I think about my family and how lucky we are to be living in the greatest country in the world. Many thoughts come to mind, especially that of the

Richard, Jonah and Jeffrey
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L’Dor Vador: From the Desk of the International President

As I sit and relax on this Fourth of July holiday, I think about my family and how lucky we are to be living in the greatest country in the world. Many thoughts come to mind, especially that of the

Acing the HaYom Challenge: A Conversation with Rabbi Michael Siegel

Rabbi Michael Siegel, spiritual leader of Anshe Emet Synagogue in Chicago was present at the inception of Hayom — a challenge put forward to United Synagogue some three years ago to restructure and reorganize itself in order to meet the

Acing the HaYom Challenge: A Conversation with Rabbi Michael Siegel

Rabbi Michael Siegel, spiritual leader of Anshe Emet Synagogue in Chicago was present at the inception of Hayom — a challenge put forward to United Synagogue some three years ago to restructure and reorganize itself in order to meet the

Acing the Hayom Challenge: A Response to Rabbi Michael Siegel by Rabbi Steven Wernick

I read, with great interest, the conversation with Rabbi Michael Siegel assessing the response of United Synagogue to the Hayom challenge and the success of our Strategic Plan — V’asu Li Mikdash, which we implemented a little over a year

Acing the Hayom Challenge: A Response to Rabbi Michael Siegel by Rabbi Steven Wernick

I read, with great interest, the conversation with Rabbi Michael Siegel assessing the response of United Synagogue to the Hayom challenge and the success of our Strategic Plan — V’asu Li Mikdash, which we implemented a little over a year

Update on USCJ’s Financial Action Plan

As USCJ advances into year two of implementing our Strategic Plan, we can take great pride in many of the programmatic and people achievements in year one, including:  the commencement of our new multi-tiered SULAM leadership development program; the adoption

Update on USCJ’s Financial Action Plan

As USCJ advances into year two of implementing our Strategic Plan, we can take great pride in many of the programmatic and people achievements in year one, including:  the commencement of our new multi-tiered SULAM leadership development program; the adoption

The Charlie’s Angels of Communications

When asked to talk about the work of the brand-new Communications Department of United Synagogue at a staff meeting held two months ago, I evoked the heroines of the 70’s television show “Charlie’s Angels,” a description that drew easy laughter.

The Charlie’s Angels of Communications

When asked to talk about the work of the brand-new Communications Department of United Synagogue at a staff meeting held two months ago, I evoked the heroines of the 70’s television show “Charlie’s Angels,” a description that drew easy laughter.

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Extending Our Reach Through “Faiths United”

USCJ  is “united” with more than synagogues.  It  is also an active member of Faiths United, a coalition of 36 faith organizations that come together to help deal with many of the social concerns which are part of our home

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Extending Our Reach Through “Faiths United”

USCJ  is “united” with more than synagogues.  It  is also an active member of Faiths United, a coalition of 36 faith organizations that come together to help deal with many of the social concerns which are part of our home