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Our Judaism is for everyone. It is egalitarian, intellectually rigorous, joyful, spiritual, pluralistic, and constantly evolving. It is soul-elevating spiritual practice, life-altering Torah study, courageous practice of tikkun olam, loving care for our community, especially the most vulnerable — that is what we are. 

— Rabbi Rick Jacobs, URJ President

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COVID-19 Letter to Parliament

CCRJ and the Tikkun Olam Steering Committee, along with the Reform Rabbis of Canada, sent a letter regarding COVID-19 to all Members of Parliament expressing support for the measures taken thus far to help Canadians through this crisis, and highlighting the need to keep our most vulnerable neighbours at the centre of efforts moving forward.

Marching to the Waltz

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To watch Marching to the Waltz: Re-reading High Holy Day Prayers to Find Comfort in a Time of COVID with Rabbi Larry Hoffman from the September 12th, please click on the link.

The Road Ahead for the Reform Movement in Canada

Reform Judaism is practiced by liberal Jews who observe tradition, with the freedom to choose how to live ethical, uplifting Jewish lives while guided by three main tenets: God, Torah and Israel. The Canadian Council for Reform Judaism (CCRJ) is a not-for profit, charitable organization whose purpose is to strengthen and grow the Reform Movement of Canada by supporting and providing leadership to its key Canadian stakeholders- Reform congregations, its partner organization URJ Camp George and Reform affiliates. 

North American Reform Movement's Resolution on Unilateral Annexation

The North American Reform Jewish Movement, represented by the URJ and CCAR, approved a resolution urging the Israeli government not to proceed with unilateral annexation.  

Canadian Reform Judaism Statement on Systemic Racism

The Reform Rabbis of Canada, the CCRJ National Tikkun Olam Steering Committee and the CCRJ issued a statement on June 3, 2020, making a call for a Reform Jewish response to the racism that led to the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis. 

Joint Statement on Brit Milah in the Context of COVID-19 Restrictions

The Ontario Liberal-minded Association of Mohalim and Reform Rabbis of Greater Toronto have put together a joint statement addressing Brit Milah in the context of COVID-19. There are three options offered for babies born during the COVID-19 pandemic.