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Israel Committee


On Tuesday, January 21, voting begins in the World Zionist Congress Elections:

  • Anyone 18 or older who identifies as Jewish is eligible to vote
  • Click here to learn more about the election.
  • Click here to vote
  • Voting will be open until Wednesday, March 11

The Israel Committee welcomes diverse points of view and frank discussion, while adhering to CBI's basic principles of:

1. Israel's existence as a democratic Jewish state within safe and secure borders.

2. Sharing the vision stated in the Declaration of Independence of the State of Israel as the Jewish homeland committed to ensuring the "complete equality of social and political rights to all its inhabitants irrespective of religion, race, or sex...guaranteeing freedom of religion, conscience, language, education and culture..."

3. Fostering and supporting Jewish pluralism, mutual respect, and tolerance among the various streams of Judaism and civil society in Israel, and, in particular, the recognition and rights of the Reform/Progressive Movement in Israel.

The committee sponsors presentations by scholars and artists (often cosponsored by the Adult Education Committee), and promotes and supports our relationship with our sister Reform congregation in Holon Israel.

We have a congregational trip to Israel in the beginning planning stages. Please email our committee chair, Dan Rabovsky, if you are interested in learning more.



Vote the Reform Movement in the Upcoming World Zionist Congress. Click HERE to learn about voting, and its benefits to Reform Jewry especially in Israel. Read Rabbi Alfi's Rosh Hashanah Morning sermon concerning the importance of this election.

Voting takes place online starting January 21, 2020 to March 11, 2020 and will take less than 90 seconds to participate. If you’re 18+ and identify as Jewish, we hope we can count on you to vote Reform.

Intrigued?  For information, contact Dan Rabovsky or visit the ARZA website to learn more visit: www.arza.org.

Sat, January 25 2020 28 Tevet 5780