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  1. Jul 27, 2022 · United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism. 155 5th Avenue New York, New York 10010. The association of conservative synagogues in North America, The United Synagogue serves as a resource to its affiliated congregations and works to formulate a conservative Jewish response to pressing social and religious issues. Phone.

  2. The United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism (USCJ) is a network of kehillot (communities) committed to a dynamic Judaism that is learned and passionate, authentic and pluralistic, joyful and accessible, egalitarian and traditional.

  3. In 1972, the United Synagogue created the Center for Conservative Judaism in Jerusalem. For almost a quarter of a century, the Center (now the Shirley and Jacob Fuchsberg Center) has served as the address for many educational activities both for Jerusalemites and for visitors from abroad.

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  5. Feb 03, 2011 · The United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism was founded in 1913 as the association of Conservative synagogues in North America. Today it serves as a resource to its 650 affiliated congregations across North America, helping them to enrich the Jewish lives of their members and fulfilling religious, educational and communal responsibilities.

  6. Aug 02, 2022 · The NAASE-USCJ Joint Commission for the Placement of Synagogue Executives is a cooperative effort by the North American Association of Synagogue Executives (NAASE) and the United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism (USCJ), and is the official and only placement agency for Conservative synagogues. Experienced members of the Placement Commission are available to speak with congregational search commitee representatives to discuss the development of the search process, the structuring and ...

  7. Sep 07, 2016 · The United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism is a network of North American kehillot committed to a dynamic Judaism that is learned and passionate, authentic and pluralistic, joyful and accessible. USCJ creates the spiritual, intellectual, and managerial network that empowers its kehillot to fulfill their sacred mission and connects them with a common sense of community, shared mission and purpose.

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