Learn more about this exciting new platform, where Reform congregational leaders connect with colleagues and peers who have similar concerns, interests and responsibilities.
The COVID-19 outbreak has forced us to practice physical distancing – but not social distancing. In fact, now more than ever is a time to demonstrate and create space for the power of community. By being creative and connecting online, we can create community in lieu of in-person gatherings, bringing solace and comfort to those in isolation.
In recent weeks, the URJ has created and highlighted a myriad of resources to help congregational leaders gather in community online – from streaming services to technical training to discounts on relevant technology.
For your convenience, we’ve gathered all of these resources in one place, broken down by topic.
This time apart provides opportunities for experimenting with creative programming in order to forge meaningful connections.
We hope these resources can be helpful to you in gathering your community online. Keep an eye on this space, which will be updated as we continue to add additional resources. Additionally, if you have a virtual event that is open to the public, submit it for inclusion on the Reform Movement Calendar.
Looking for a specific resource or want to review everything we have to offer? Check out “How Reform Congregations are Coping with COVID-19 (and Tools to Help),” which is being updated as new resources become available.