The UPJ Annual Report for 2019 has been published and will be distributed at the UPJ AGM held on 8 November at the Ibis Adelaide.
Bev Gelbart and Sue Morgan, devoted volunteers for the Progressive Chevra Kadisha Victoria, shared the following article on the work of this important and inspiring group.
The Union for Progressive Judaism and the Council of Progressive Rabbis for Australia, New Zealand and Asia expressed their solidarity with the Jewish communities in Germany in the wake of the Halle Yom Kippur attack, which resulted in two deaths. To read the full statement on the UPJ website, click on "Read more".
The UPJ will hold its AGM at 2.30pm on 8 November 2019 at the Ibis Adelaide, 122 Grenfell Street, Adelaide, South Australia, 5000. Click “Read More” to view the Notice of Meeting and Agenda, learn about the proposed Constitutional amendments, and download nomination forms to join the UPJ Executive Committee or serve as an officer of the Executive Committee.
Rabbis from around the UPJ region have shared their High Holy Days sermons; they are saved on the UPJ website under "Learning / Archives". Click here and then click on each rabbi's name to read the sermons.