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Congregational Social Action Webpages

Congregational websites easily underscore the breadth of social action programming nationwide and can serve as valuable resources for programming in your community. Find out how a congregation in Fresno, CA, has established an interfaith food bank or how a congregation in Minneapolis, MN, is assisting those living with AIDS. Learn what congregations in neighboring communities are doing to help repair the world.

Social Action Web Pages Sorted Alphabetically by Congregation's State


A-B-C · D-E-F · G-H-I · J-K-L
M-N-O · P-Q-R · S-T-U · V-W-X-Y-Z

Many of the congregational pages refer to RAC programs or resources. For additional information on Mitzvah Days and the High Holiday Hunger Project, contact the Religious Action Center or the Commission on Social Action

Looking for new social action programing ideas, visit RAC's Program Bank

If your congregation has a social action website and it is not listed please on this page, please send e-mail the Religious Action Center at rac@urj.org and we will be happy to add it.


United States

A - B - C

Alabama

Alaska

Arizona

California

Colorado

Connecticut

D - E - F

Delaware

Florida

G - H - I

Georgia

Illinois

J - K - L

Kentucky

M - N - O

Massachusetts

Michigan

Missouri

New Jersey

  • Temple Emanuel, Cherry Hill- Comprehensive updates from the Social Action committee on recent projects.
  • Temple Advoda, Fair Lawn- Programs dealing with helping the homeless, AIDS patients, and Habitat for Humanity
  • Temple Emanu-El, Livingston- A well-organized and complete overview of the congregation's social action activities. Project descriptions, contact information and a schedule of events is also provided.
  • Temple Shaari Emeth, Manalapan- Information on High Holidays food drive, Ronald McDonald House, and Mitzvah Day
  • Temple Beth-El, Somerville- An overview of the work of the Social Action committee that highlights current projects,their biggest project to date has been the Interfaith Hospitality Network.
  • Temple Sinai, Summit- Detailed description of the synagogue's social action activities

New York

Oklahoma

Ohio

  • Issac Wise, Cincinnati- Description of social action programs, political advocacy networkand interfaith hospitality network
  • < FONT>- Yom Kippur food drive, tree plantings, Mitzvah Day and other projects

Oregon

  • Beth Israel, Portland- Information on their Mitzvah Bank, Torah of Money and other creative social action programs

P - Q - R

Pennsylvania

S - T - U

 

V - W - X - Y - Z

Virginia

Washington

  • Temple B'nai Torah, Bellevue- Web site describes the congregation's Social Action mission
  • Temple Beth Am, Seattle- Listings of on-going social action projects including: Habitat for Humanity, making lunches for Angeline's Day Shelter, food bank gardening, interfaith programming, political advocacy, and their annual Mitzvah Day
  • Temple Beth Or, Everett- Information on the Social Action Committee's ongoings, including projects to green the congregation through recycling and education, among other actions



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