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August 27, 2014 | 1st Elul 5774
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Older Members

Reform congregations throughout North America are facing the challenge of a changing congregational demographic. Never before has our membership included such a large proportion over the age of 50. How do we retain these older members once their children no longer bind them to temple life? Vibrant synagogues are learning more and more how to capture the interests and tap the energy of this growing segment of their membership.

 

Engaging Empty-Nesters and other Older Members
  • Renaissance Groups
    Renaissance Groups provide a framework for offering creative programming and activities to the growing segment of members over 50. Learn about this innovative membership retention program, and how you can implement it in your congregation.
  • Sacred Aging Programs
    The Union's has a rich array of resources, including programs for engaging baby boomers and support for families dealing with aging parents.
 
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