Federation of Jewish Men's Clubs

Building Shabbat Community

Written by Robert Braitman and Norm Kurtz, with support from the Cantors Assembly and the Jewish Educators Assembly, with a preface by JTS Chancellor Dr. Arnold Eisen, this book contains curricula for both a model learners service and for an interpretive service. Both were field tested this past year in a number of congregations.

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As I See It

Even teens are interested in learning from one another in same sex groups.

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A Journey to Jewish Identity

A young refugee finds comfort and community in Judaism.

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Creating a Minyan of Comfort: A New FJMC-Cantors Assembly Initiative

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A Serendipitous Florida Shiddach

A chance meeting of the leaders of two vibrant Jewish organizations has resulted in the development of a mutually beneficial relationship.

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On a Mission to France

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The Future of Conservative Judaism

The Federation of Jewish Men’s Clubs has a comprehensive action plan

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Laymen Teaching Laymen to Teach Laymen

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Technology and the Synagogue

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New Roads to Engagement

A new project from FJMC and Brandeis University looks to lower barriers in synagogue life.

by Michael Brassloff | 1 Comment
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