Where Are Our Cheerleaders?

This October, I will be presenting at the centennial convention of the United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism, the official congregational arm of the Conservative Movement. In preparations for this event, USCJ is running a blog on the centennial’s website with posts from various Conservative Jews about their visions for the future.   Today, I was honored to have an essay published on their website, entitled Where Are Our Cheerleaders?, where I argue that the greatest challenge facing the Conservative Movement right now is widespread pessimism about our future.    I hope you will read the article, post a comment, and come and see me and many others at the centennial convention.    Shabbat Shalom!

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