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Small Groups

Small Groups 2022-23, A Palace in Time:
How Judaism Makes Every Moment Sacred

Session 1: The Practice of Blessing 
Session 2: Making Jewish Ritual Personal 
Session 3: Creating New Ritual With Jewish Themes 
Session 4: Embracing Life Transitions 

 

 

Resource Videos 

Session 1: The Practice of Blessing 

Session 2: Making Jewish Ritual Personal 

Session 3: Creating New Ritual
With Jewish Themes 

Session 4: Embracing Life Transitions 
 

Two of our community‚Äôs core values are establishing deep and meaningful relationships and building community by being together. 

One important way we continue to do this is through our Small Groups Program.

This Fall we look forward to reconnecting with our friends and community for our sixth year of Small Groups programming. Small Groups are an opportunity to connect with others socially and make stronger connections in an informal, welcoming environment. 

Initially, a small group meets four different times around a set of topics over a three month period.

Becoming part of a Small Group is easy!

How Does A Small Group Get Formed?

You can become part of a Small Group by the following steps:

Step 1: Register for a group by clicking on the blue button

Step 2: Fill out the information including if you already have people who you want to be in your group with you. You do NOT need to have other people already in order to sign up. We will place you into a group based on the information you provide on the registration page.  If you have an existing group that will be continuing, please have someone from your group register your members as well.

Step 3: Try to attend the Small Group Kick Off event where you will have a chance to meet your group in person and schedule your first meeting.  The event kickoff will be Sunday, November 13, 3-5pm.

Small Group members can be temple members or not. We recommend a minimum size of  2-3 and a maximum of 8 people. However, these are just recommendations. The important thing is that your group is small enough to allow everyone time to share.

Together, the group finds four times during the three month period to meet. When the group has set their first meeting, they will decide on a liaison to represent the group. This person will go to the synagogue website and report who is in their group, as well as the dates and times they are meeting.

A Small Groups Resource Booklet will be provided electronically and people can download and/or print the pages from the website.  The booklet is Coming Soon!

Click Here for Small Groups FAQ's

Thu, December 8 2022 14 Kislev 5783