Mission Center: The Episcopal Church: Partnerships

Jewish Organizations

    Jewish Organizations
  • Union for Reform Judaism
    The Union for Reform Judaism, the central body of the Reform Movement in North America, was founded in Cincinnati in 1873 and, today, is the largest Jewish movement in North America, representing an estimated 1.5 million Jews. As the congregational arm of the Reform Movement, the URJ's primary mission is to create and sustain vibrant Jewish congregations wherever Reform Jews live.

  • United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism
    The United Synagogue, founded in 1913, is the association of Conservative congregations in North America, today consisting of 800 affiliated synagogues and over one-and-a-half-million members. The vision of the USCJ is to promote the role of the synagogue in Jewish life in order to motivate Conservative Jews to perform mitzvot encompassing ethical behavior, spirituality, Judaic learning, and ritual observance.

  • Tikkun Magazine
    Tikkun is a bimonthly magazine critiquing politics, culture, and society from a Jewish perspective. Edited by Rabbi Michael Lerner.


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