Congregations are at the forefront of the Reform Movement's social action work, from direct service to local advocacy. With the help of our clergy and congregations, the work of the Religious Action Center has been able to grow and make a positive impact in communities around North America.
Join us to launch Jewish Disability Advocacy Day 2023!
The Religious Action Center is excited to continue our partnership with the Jewish Federations of North America as hosts of the annual Jewish Disability Advocacy Day (JDAD) on February 15th at 12 PM ET. Registration is officially LIVE!
Resources for Rabbis
Here you can find sample sermons and "sermon starters" on a variety of issues, holiday guides, creative resources to blend social justice into worship and preaching, and more.
Where We're Going in 2023: Our Work is Still not Finished
January 25, 2023
With 2023 in full swing, leaders and officials at every level are setting their agendas and priorities for the coming year. We continue to be proud of the power we built and mobilized in 2022 as a Reform Movement as we gather to set the agenda for our work in 2023.
What Does MLK Shabbat Mean in 2023?
January 12, 2023
On January 13-14, 2023 (the Shabbat before MLK Day), synagogues across the United States will celebrate MLK Shabbat. This year, let MLK Shabbat symbolize our commitment to expanding voting rights and advancing racial justice in 2023 and beyond.
Every Voice, Every Vote: Reflections on the 2022 Midterms and What Comes Next
November 16, 2022
With so much at stake, including the integrity of our democratic institutions, Reform Jewish activists showed up in record numbers to make sure every voice was heard, and every vote was counted.