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Outreach

For Additional Resources and Support
arlene
Arlene Chernow
Associate Engagement Director
Outreach and Membership

Time Zone: PST
Phone: 213.765.2660
achernow@urj.org
Awards & Grant Opportunities

A TASTE OF JUDAISM® Advertising Grants
Created especially for unaffiliated Jews, non-Jews, intermarried couples and adult children of intermarriage, A TASTE OF JUDAISM® is a free, three-week course covering three topics in two hours each: Jewish Spirituality (God), Jewish Ethics (Torah) and Jewish Community (Israel).

Consider making A TASTE OF JUDAISM® a permanent part of your URJ congregation's strategy for outreach to the local community. We offer advertising grants to help jump-start this effort. Visit the Tent to learn more and apply for an advertising grant.

Belin Outreach & Membership Awards
The Belin Outreach and Membership Awards grant a $1000 award to eight Reform synagogues with innovative outreach and membership programs. Award-winning congregations will be honored at the 2015 URJ Biennial in Orlando, FL. Apply now for the 2015 Belin Awards, through May 21st!

National Center to Encourage Judaism Advertising Grant Application
Apply for a grant to reach out to Jews and non-Jews, to encourage interest in and learning about Judaism.

Judaism Classes

A TASTE OF JUDAISM®
Are You Curious?

A TASTE OF JUDAISM® has achieved remarkable success with unaffiliated Jews, those who are not Jewish but who are interested in learning about Judaism, interfaith couples and their families and those considering conversion. This free, 3-session class for beginners – Jewish or not – explores the topics of Jewish spirituality, ethics and community values. It is designed for those who would like to explore or re-explore the foundations of our tradition and are looking for an entry into Jewish life. More


Introduction to Judaism

Beginners learn the basics of Jewish thought and practice. The class runs 16-26 weeks (depending on location) and presents a mix of study, discussion and practical experiences designed for those exploring a Jewish life for themselves -- interfaith couples, non-Jews considering conversion, and Jews looking for adult-level basics. More


 

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