Conservative Judaism

Conservative Judaism reflects a dynamic tension between history, tradition, and modernity.

Conservative Judaism has been difficult to define from its formation.

Conservative Judaism strives for a balanced path, designed as a unifying force for Judaism with a desire to conserve tradition, learn from history, and adapt to the ever-changing world we live in.

Built upon a network of interconnected organizations, synagogues, schools, and clergy, Conservative Judaism today is grounded in Halakhah (Jewish law), egalitarianism, and living a life of meaning.

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Conservative Jewish Halakhah

The Committee on Jewish Law and Standards (CJLS) sets halakhic policy for Rabbinical Assembly rabbis and the Conservative movement as a whole.

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