We’re keeping this ongoing list of Reform Movement resources that may be particularly useful to you in your work as an executive director or temple administrator.
These resources, tools, ideas, and networks are designed to activate and guide Jewish educational leaders, professionals, and parents as we all strive to do our best work in this most difficult of times.
We want to offer you some Reform Movement resources that may be particularly helpful to you, as clergy, as you support your community at this time.
To help you navigate these universal questions in this unique moment, this three-stage framework covers safety, logistics, and community-building, and remember: The stages are not linear and you will move back and forth across them.
Help your members stay engaged with their Judaism from home by sharing helpful, relevant, and interesting Jewish content on your social media channels, congregational website, email communications, and more. Here's a list to get you started.
Recently, our synagogue leaders found itself in a similar position to Nachson. With news that coronavirus had reached our community, we stood between a known threat and unknown consequences.
Just because we can’t physically be together doesn’t mean we can’t come together as a community. Here are a few easy-to-implement virtual ideas to try with your Jewish community:
We want to take a moment to update you on what we know, what we’re doing, and what we suggest to congregations at this moment in time and going forward.