The Masorti Foundation for Conservative Judaism in Israel

Now with some 250,000 self-identifying as Masorti, the movement and its kehillot combine tradition and inclusivity drawing a broad spectrum of Israelis – native born and Olim, men, women, children and young adults, people with disabilities, LGBTQ and so many others.  All are welcome in this egalitarian and welcoming Judaism where they work and live to fulfill the vision of Israel’s founders.

To learn more, read about Masorti’s new Chalutzim here.