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Happenings: For Adults & Youth

March 31–April 3: Learn new membership recruitment techniques and how to create a culture of welcome at the fifth annual Alexander Schindler Fellows Program for Membership Certification. Cleveland.

April 8–10: Experience intensive learning and network with Jewish leaders and congregants at the North American Union District Forum—East Coast. Boston.

April 10: Take part in the Reform Think Tank, a Movement-wide discussion of the challenges of communal support in an era of financial uncertainty. Cincinnati and live streaming.

April 29–May 1: Enjoy time with your daughter(s) at OSRUI’s Mother & Daughter Kallah. Oconomowoc, WI.

May 1–3: Join temple leaders and public policy makers for Reform Judaism’s flagship social justice conference, the RAC’s Consultation on Conscience. Washington, D.C.

May 2: Celebrate the Religious Action Center’s 50 years of contributions to public policy and help launch the next 50 at the RAC’s 50th Anniversary Gala. National Press Club, Washington, D.C.

May 13–15: Enjoy time with your son(s) at OSRUI’s Father & Son Kallah. Oconomowoc, WI.

May 18: Learn to strengthen Jewish identity in children from interfaith families in Reform schools at the Outreach Training Institute. Temple Beth Shalom of Needham, MA.

May 20–22: Help navigate the challenges of raising Jewish children K–6 within interfaith families at the Heller-Wexler Family Camp Interfaith Weekend. URJ Camp Eisner, Great Barrington, MA.

June 1–5: Hone your songleading skills at OSRUI’s Hava Nashira Songleading Workshop. Oconomowoc, WI.

June 21: Create meaningful Jewish engagement opportunities for 20s and 30s at the Outreach Training Institute. Temple Beth Shalom, Needham, MA.

July 5–10: The URJ Summer Learning Institute offers three study opportunities. At the Had’rachah Seminar for Lay Leadership in Religious Life you’ll learn to facilitate Shabbat worship, conduct funerals, lead Torah study, and more; at Kallah you’ll study, pray, and sing in community; at the Schindler Fellows Program for Conversion Certification you’ll be trained to work with conversion candidates. Princeton, NJ.


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