Keeping the Next Dor in the Door:
Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur often involve going to services, sitting for hours on end, and then going home. But, what if there was more to the experience than just occupying a seat at services?
Roles for Children and Teens within High Holiday Programming
When it comes to finding ways to give children and teens a meaningful High Holiday experience, there are many opportunities to use kids and teenagers in your already existing High Holiday service programming. Read more...
Rosh Hashanah Rituals in the Park
Rosh Hashanah is one of the few times a year when families that are not typically engaged are open to showing up for programs. Put your best foot forward with an innovative tash’lich program, and perhaps these families will choose to be more involved over the course of the year.Read more...
The ISJL Education Team
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