Areas of Need
Where are gifts needed most?
Adath Jeshurun completed a year-long strategic planning process which resulted in a set of goals and vision for the future of our Congregation. It will take time, energy and funding to implement these goals, with work beginning now and continuing in coming years. The hope is that everyone at Adath will take ownership of this effort so we can achieve the vision we foresee for our spiritual home.
We will take a leadership role in developing resources that reduce financial barriers to participation in congregation activities and in the broader Jewish community. Donors may designate gifts, of any size, to specific areas of interest.
Areas where gifts are needed most include:
Kemach - Scholarships
First and foremost, we hope to expand our capability to provide additional scholarships for program offerings from preschool into adulthood to ease the burden of rising costs so that our congregants can take full advantage of all our community has to offer. .
Keruv - Connectedness and Welcoming
Judaism is grounded in community. We will connect with one another through a rich variety of opportunities that foster smaller communities, engaged in our congregation, reflecting the commitment to our mission and values.
Chinuch - Educational support
Education is the foundation for a committed Jewish life. We will provide a lifelong continuum of quality Jewish learning opportunities to congregants of all ages, abilities and means through a combination of our own resources and that of our community partners.
Noar - Teen Involvement
We value our teens and seek to engage them in congregational life. We will foster a sense of belonging and spiritual fulfillment among our teens and remove barriers to full participation in everyday Jewish life. We will provide leadership and financial support, creative programming, and will welcome teen input into congregational committees.
For more information on how you can help secure Adath's well-being for this and future generations, contact Evan Stern at 952-215-3916 or firstname.lastname@example.org.