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April 27, 2015 | 8th Iyyar 5775

Why Should My Congregation Participate in a Community of Practice?

Is your congregation:
  • Interested in learning from experts about a particular area of congregational life?
  • Eager to apply your learning to take action in your congregation?
  • Looking to receive support as you experiment and implement a change process?
  • Prepared to make an 18-24 month commitment of volunteer and staff/clergy time to a project that will impact your congregation?

Then Communities of Practice might be right for you!

By participating, you will:
  • Design and implement new initiatives that push the boundaries of previous efforts
  • Deepen relationships within the larger congregational community
  • Strengthen your congregation by considering the meaning, impact and relationships built through experimentation
  • Receive leadership training, which will benefit and impact all areas of congregational life
  • Be showcased widely, with opportunities to be highlighted throughout the Reform Movement, enabling other congregations to learn from your efforts

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