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Synagogue Administration:
Where to Start?
  • Synagogue Administration 101
    If you are an administrator, office manager or member of the synagogue office staff; a member of the board or future congregational leader; a synagogue volunteer who either provides assistance with administrative duties or serves on a committee that is involved with day-to-day operations; or a supervisor, you will likely find that in addition to your staff or volunteer job descriptions, it is also your task to build, develop and maintain a well-run, spiritually fulfilling synagogue, where the sacred informs the practical and the practical creates the sacred.
Congregational Benefits & Services
To help congregations take advantage of the aggregate buying power of the more than 900 Reform congregations, the Union for Reform Judaism has entered into agreements with vendors that offer services or programs that are of interest to congregations. More
Legal Advice for Congregations
The Legal Committee, chaired by Norman Leopold and Carl Silverman, guides synagogue lay leaders with legal issues with which they are confronted on a regular basis and puts these issues into a Jewish context. The Legal Committee is looking for more attorneys and other qualified volunteers. If you are interested, please contact Norman or Carl. More
Previous Webinars
National Association for Temple Administration
The National Association for Temple Administration (NATA) is a professional organization founded in 1941 for executives, administrators, or managers of Reform congregations, providing consulting, education, training, and resources. More

Communicate
Search the extensive Communicate! database for successful and replicable programs "road tested" by other Union congregations.

 
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