Union for Reform Judaism    

Inspiring a Love of Judaism, 365 days a year
URJ Camp Newman offers fun, immersive Jewish experiences that
empower people of all ages to better themselves, their communities and the world.

Check out our NFTY & year-round events
, popular Summer Camp,
and *new for 2015* J.Adventures teen travel!


URJ Camp Newman
is a Reform Jewish summer camp in Santa Rosa, CA for children entering grades 3 to 12. Newman inspires campers to apply the Jewish values learned to their daily lives, bettering themselves, their communities and the world. More >

**New for Summer 2015**
J.Adventures
URJ Camp Newman is pleased to announce a new
teen travel program!
Bragging rights guaranteed.
 
Registration is now open - 
Click here for details! 
 
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From the Blog

Have You Asked Your Teen These Questions Yet? Can You Do Better?

If you haven’t read the following piece by Michael K. Mulligan, The Three Most Important Questions You Can Ask Your Teenager, I highly recommend it.  This is his core message: We can do better. Truth is, we know full well that lasting happiness springs from good health, solid values, meaningful work, multiple positive relationships, and selfless service. So how about we cease and desist on the pressure front – and get our eye back on the ball that matters – stop asking What (What grade did you get? What team did you make?) and begin asking Who, Where, and How? […]

Your Hanukah Shopping List- Solved!

Have you checked out our Camp Merchandise store? These awesome and fun items are the perfect gift for friends, family, dogs, strangers- anybody!

7 Reasons to Register for Summer

We are so excited for registration to open we are counting down the top 7 reasons to register for camp right away!
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