Our Code of Ethics

Thanks to encouragement from the Union of Reform Judaism (URJ), MRT has created a Code of Ethics based on a template developed by the URJ. This values-based code of ethics sets forth the principles and expectations for adherence to standards of conduct for our congregants, lay leaders, clergy, and professional staff (whom we refer to collectively as “partners”), as well as visitors and guests, whether participating in a MRT activity that is in the building, online, or offsite.

The MRT Code of Ethics consists of a Main Document and an Addendum. Our thanks goes to Past President Wayne Hallard for composing these documents!