Learn more about this exciting new platform, where Reform congregational leaders connect with colleagues and peers who have similar concerns, interests and responsibilities.
If your congregation has a Twitter account, you’re probably already using it to share out programmatic info – upcoming events, religious school closings, community seders, themed Kabbalat Shabbat services, etc. But this platform offers plenty of opportunity to engage on a broader level, using your account as more than just a megaphone to broadcast upcoming events.
Here are a few ideas for engaging your audience on Twitter, providing relevant information, and overall establishing a more robust Twitter presence – and don’t forget to follow the URJ and ReformJudaism.org for lots of great, retweetable content!
Go ahead: Be creative. Browse other congregations’ accounts for ideas and inspiration. And above all else, don’t be afraid to make your account unique, interactive and fun!