The Reform Movement
Central Conference of American Rabbis
This site for Reform rabbis provides information about the organization and its publications along with details about the process of hiring its rabbis.
Isaac Mayer Wise Digital Archive
From the American Jewish Archives comes this collection of material about Isaac Mayer Wise, the guiding force behind the rise of the Reform Movement in America. The site is searchable and browsable by date and material format.
Liberal Judaism in the UK
This site provides information about the organization's ideology, member congregations, constituent groups, life cycle events, and links to relevant sites.
Created by Rabbi Goldie Milgram of The Academy for Jewish Religion, this site provides resources, programs and training for Jewish spiritual education from a liberal viewpoint.
Reform Judaism in the UK
“Reform Judaism is the national umbrella organisation of 41 autonomous synagogue communities in Great Britain.” Its site provides information about its events, synagogues, youth activities, life cycle events and a set of resources.
Reform Judaism Magazine
Reform Judaism magazine was the official voice of the Union for Reform Judaism. It cease pubication in 2014. Its magazine articles since 1995 are now available and also indexed by subject.
Created by the Union for Reform Judaism, “ReformJudaism.org seeks to provide content that describes and demonstrates the traditions and innovations of Reform Jewish life.” Its site provides resources about Jewish holidays and life, practices, learning, social justice and Israel.
The Israel Movement for Reform and Progressive Judaism in Israel
“The Israel Movement for Reform and Progressive Judaism in Israel (IMPJ) is Israel's liberal Jewish religious movement, and a constituent member of the World Union for Progressive Judaism.” Its site in English, Hebrew, Russian and Arabic provides information about conversion, aliya, youth activities, weekly Torah study, and life cycle events, as well as a list of member congregations.
World Union for Progressive Judaism
“The World Union for Progressive Judaism (WUPJ), established in London in 1926, is the international umbrella organization of the Reform, Liberal, Progressive and Reconstructionist movements, serving 1,200 congregations with 1.8 million members in more than 50 countries.” Its website provides information about its youth and general activities, as well as learning opportunities.