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Listening to fellow presidents at the Scheidt seminar share many of the same concerns I have, I knew I’d enjoy being part of such an articulate, open, and friendly group.
Learn how a small synagogue with a reputation for being stodgy and predictable, sold its building and used the capital to reinvent itself in the community.
At my temple, small groups are a vital part of synagogue life. But groups alone are not enough to ensure connection to one another, Jewish life, or a spiritual community.
Teaching a recent cooking class in my congregation reminded me that even in the 21st century, there’s something unique, warm, and special about a synagogue women’s group.
This Black History Month, we must remind ourselves that racial justice is a Jewish issue and join with Jews of Color and people of color to advance racial justice.
Learn some of the most valuable takeaways from my tenure as a congregation president so you can apply them – in whatever ways work for you – in your own community.
As we continue this journey together in 2018, we look forward to your steadfast engagement, your activism, and your support.
Learn how two Belin Award-winning congregations worked to make those already in their communities feel more included, “seen,” and understood.
When the Union for Reform Judaism offered a community of practice called “Bringing Justice to the Center,” it was an entree into social justice work for our congregation.
Learn about the creative ways one congregational leader is bringing the energy and lessons from the Biennial home to her own synagogue community.
The artwork on this note card was created by 5768 WRJ Art Calendar artist Césan d’Ornellas Levine.