Tag: Synagogues

23 Sep

Post-High Holidays Road Map for Synagogues

For more than half a year, most synagogues have been physically closed, but working to keep their communities open and connected virtually in prayer, learning, programs and activities. Some...

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12 Aug

Is Your Synagogue Being Proactive?

This article originally appeared on eJP. This summer the Boston area has been abuzz with major synagogue changes. First was the news from Brookline’s Congregation Kehillath Israel that it plans to...

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04 Sep

Synagogue Engagement Strategies: Lessons Learned from Operation " Protective Edge"

This article originally appeared in ejewishphilanthropy.com. You can view the original at http://ejewishphilanthropy.com/synagogue-engagement-strategies-lessons-learned-from-operation-protective-edge/. The recent round of fighting in Gaza was accompanied domestically and internationally by public rallies and...

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11 Mar

7 Questions that Every Synagogue Should Be Asking

This article originally appeared March 11, 2014  on www.ejewishphilanthropy.com. You can view the original at ejewishphilanthropy.com/7-questions-that-every-synagogue-should-be-asking/ Sadly, too few board chairs, rabbis and executive directors of synagogues are focused...

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