We convene cohorts of congregational leaders for long-term, innovative learning from experts, including face-to-face and virtual gatherings, e-learning, and coaching.
Communities of Practice (CoP) convene cohorts of congregational leaders for long-term, innovative learning from experts, including opportunities to ask big questions, and share ideas and best principles. The curriculum includes face-to-face and virtual gatherings, e-learning, and coaching from URJ staff.
Using lessons learned, participants design and implement experiments for their own congregations through which they learn to take risks, benefit from successes and challenges, and evaluate and share their results. The experiments’ outcomes are intended serve as a catalyst to help congregations transform into welcoming communities of meaning and purpose, as well as expand the knowledge base of the field and the Reform Movement.
B'nei Mitzvah Revolution
The B’nei Mitzvah Revolution is a network of congregational professionals, lay leaders and educational thought leaders seeking to bring renewed depth and meaning to Jewish learning.
Building a Brand With Your Early Childhood Center
This Community of Practice brought together congregations from across North America to focus on excellence in the Early Childhood Center and on generating synergy between the school.
Creating Connected Communities for Families with Young Children
This community of practice is bringing together congregations without early childhood centers.
BUILDing Jewish ECE
BUILDing Jewish ECE was an early engagement program to guide synagogues, Jewish community centers and their early childhood education centers toward increasing enrollment, Jewish family engagement and connections to the Jewish community.