Swap out the word "Conservative" for the word "Reform" (or any other form of Judaism. Or religiosity for that matter) and you get an article that speaks to the heart of what ails us and our ability to pray meaningfully as a community. Or at least, it well identifies the questions. What, then are the answers? How do we ensure that the synagogue is not (to quote Heschel and this article) a graveyard where prayer is buried?