Religion and Social Work

Jewish Communal Service Association of North America (JCSA), November 1, 1913

How can a single community support both a rabbi and a "social worker" who has no great use for the ideas for which the rabbi stands? Perhaps social work training for rabbis and increased religious attachment among social workers is necessary to help forestall tension and inconsistency, especially in small communities. In Bulletin of the National Conference of Jewish Charities 1913-1914, Baltimore, Vol. IV:4, ed. Lee F. Frankel.

Topic: Social Services, Leadership, Religion, Communal Organization

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