Monthly Archives: June 2018

  1. Fond Farewells and New Beginnings: A Peek Inside Our Chanukat Habayit

    We celebrated the move into our new home with a meaningful Chanukat Habayit ceremony and wished a beloved colleague luck in her new endeavors.
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  2. Engage Adults Through Ongoing Small Groups

    Engage Adults Through Ongoing Small Groups
    Ongoing small group learning can transform your congregation into a destination for meaning and relationships.
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  3. Making T'filah Meaningful for Your Students

    As educator Batsheva Frankel writes in her forthcoming book, The Jewish Educator's Companion (Behrman House, June 2017)one of the most challenging topics to teach is t'filah.

    "It isn't really about the mechanics of prayer - teaching the words or tunes. That's the easy part. More difficult is helping students find meaning in the prayers. How do students relate to the ancient language and imagery of the siddur? If they don't understand the

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  4. Hanukkah Gifts for Young Readers

    In need of gifts for the holidays for the young reader in your life? We've rounded up our Hanukkah-themed children's books from Behrman House and Apples & Honey Press. Behrman House is also now carrying favorite children's titles from URJ Press, also available for purchase. Click the book cover below for more details.

    Contact us here to discuss quantity discounts for an event with your congregation.

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  5. Spirit in Nature Author Deborah Newbrun Awarded 2018 Covenant Award

    Spirit in Nature Author Deborah Newbrun Awarded 2018 Covenant Award
    The Covenant Award is among the highest honors in the field of Jewish education.
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