A one-day conference for Jewish leaders from throughout the northeast focused on the vital questions of how we can engage and sustain our engagement with an ever changing and ever diverse Jewish community.

 

Calling all Congregations, Federations, and Agency Lay Leadership, Staff, and Clergy!

Invest in what happens next in the Jewish world!

 

Join us for a day of skill building and professional development
 

Sunday, March 22
12PM - 5:30PM
Temple Israel, 14 Coleytown Rd.,Westport 

 

Process Judaism’s BIG questions, learn what tools are available to handle them, and what skills our institutions and leaders need to thrive

  • Build on efforts to engage participants in their 20’s and 30’s with or without families

  • Create clarity around the world of “engagement” including definitions, assumptions, skills building, and professional development

  • Cultivate the tremendously important communal conversation about the younger demographics’ relationship to organized Jewish institutional life as it pertains to their Jewish journeys

  • Frame infrastructure for local professionals and lay people as a cohort of well-trained builders of our vibrant and diverse community

  • Collaborate with and learn from leaders around the engagement sphere from national organizations

 

 

Featuring Engagement Experts and Organizations, Including:  

Rabbi Menachem Creditor (UJA-Federation of New York), Drew Fidler (BBYO Center for Adolescent Wellness
 KB Goodkin (Jewish Federation of Northeastern NY), Interfaith Family, M2 - The Institute for Experience Jewish Education, Rabbi Mike Moskowitz, Carly Pildis, and Ta'amod

Early bird registration (ends March 12) $36/pp
After March 12  $40/pp
Walk-in $45/pp

Lunch will be provided
Dietary Laws observed

This day of learning is presented to you by :

with support from: 

Federation for Jewish Philanthropy of Upper Fairfield County | 4200 Park Avenue, Suite 300 | Bridgeport, CT 06604 | 203-226-8197 / fjp@jewishphilanthropyct.org

Federation for Jewish Philanthropy of Upper Fairfield County is a 501(c)(3) organization. Donations are tax-deductible. Tax ID #06-0994563

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