Eric Leiderman, co-founder of Masorti on Campus, visits Camp Ramah

ב׳׳ה July 24, 2016 Dear friends, This weekend I had the pleasure of spending Shabbat at Camp Ramah in the Berkshires. Not only does Ramah Berkshires have a person connection to me, having grown up there, but Camp Ramah as a whole plays a crucial role in a lot of the what we do on Read more about Eric Leiderman, co-founder of Masorti on Campus, visits Camp Ramah[…]

2016 Shabbaton Announced

SAVE THE DATE: June 3 – 5, 2016 Hofstra Hillel will be hosting the 3rd annual Masorti on Campus Shabbaton!! We are thrilled to announce this opportunities for college students to come together after their spring semesters have ended, but before everyone heads off to work at camp and a summer programs. Our first two Shabbatonim have led Read more about 2016 Shabbaton Announced[…]

SAVE THE DATE: February 20, 2015

ב”ה September 10, 2014 Dear friend, Just fourteen months ago we embarked on an amazing adventure together. As a community, we worked to prove the common wisdom wrong: Traditional-Egalitarian & Masorti/Conservative Jewish campus communities do exist, and we are here for the long-haul. Last February, 65 students from 32 college campuses came together at the Read more about SAVE THE DATE: February 20, 2015[…]

Thanks and going on… Response to MoC’s First Shabbaton

What is our common language? Do we have one? By Leandro Galanternik As Masorti/Conservative Jews, I don’t feel we have a common language. We are lacking a basis that guides us in our personal lives and, more importantly, in our communal life together. I see two problems regarding this lack of common language. The first Read more about Thanks and going on… Response to MoC’s First Shabbaton[…]

Making a Commitment to More

By Avital Morris Avital is an editor for Diyunblog and a first year at The University of Chicago Erev Shabbat, 23 Sh’vat, 5774 Friday, January 24, 2014 CHICAGO — Reading the comments on the many articles published in the past few days about SAR’s exciting decision to allow two girls to lay tefillin at school (full Read more about Making a Commitment to More[…]

Aha! The Conservative/Masorti Movement Reemerges on College Campuses!

In late 1879, a group of young committed Jews from New York and Philadelphia came together to pursue the revival of what they called the, “Ancient faith.” This attempt at revival was to be accomplished through a heightened focus on peoplehood, a greater emphasis on spirituality and religiosity, and the further establishment of Jewish education Read more about Aha! The Conservative/Masorti Movement Reemerges on College Campuses![…]