Synagogue Life

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A Place Where You Belong

Jewish healing circles are playing a more important role in our spiritual communities.

by Rabbi Melissa Klein | Comments Off on A Place Where You Belong

Creating a Successful Synagogue Children’s Choir

by Adina Avery Grossman and Ronit Wolff Hanan | Comments Off on Creating a Successful Synagogue Children’s Choir
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Good to Great

Congregation Beth Sholom in Teaneck, New Jersey, raises the bar for children’s choirs.

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Q and A with Rabbi Gordon Tucker

Rabbi Gordon Tucker on interfaith families, the idea of post-denominational Judaism and more

by Andrea Glick | 2 Comments

It’s About People, Not Programs

A leading Jewish thinker says synagogues will succeed in engaging people only if they foster meaningful relationships

by Dr. Ron Wolfson | 2 Comments
Steve L. Greene, right, invited adult friends and mentors of his son, Marcus, to speak to him before his bar mitzvah.

The Bar Mitzvah Tisch

A father finds a creative new way to introduce his son to the larger community just before his bar mitzvah ceremony.

by Steve L. Greene | 1 Comment

Adding the Color Back to Your Life

by Evan Rumack | Comments Off on Adding the Color Back to Your Life
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The Torah Reading

One woman’s journey to taking her Jewish education as seriously as her secular knowledge

by Judith Wurtman | Comments Off on The Torah Reading
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Jewish Men at the Crossroads

Rabbi Chuck Simon introduces a new book that provides insights on issues that Jewish men face.

by Rabbi Charles Simon | Comments Off on Jewish Men at the Crossroads
Jewish Men at
the Crossroads
is available in
soft cover or
downloadable
format through
FJMC.org

Guess Who’s Coming to Shabbas?

A community is transformed by a simple Shabbat dinner.

by Debbie Albert | 2 Comments
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