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URJ Books And Music :: Outreach and Membership :: Outreach and Membership Idea Book Volume IV

Outreach and Membership Idea Book Volume IV 


Languages: English
Outreach and Membership Idea Book Volume IV

URJ-CCAR Commission on Outreach, Membership, and Caring Community

SKU 280080
Weight 2.10 lbs
Price: $18.95


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Discover programs that offer innovative ways to reinvigorate Outreach in your congregation, including imaginative full spectrum Outreach programs, engaging conversion candidates, a new model for interfaith couples groups and a program to build on the success of Introduction to Judaism.  Learn about new ways of early engagement of unaffiliated young families, welcoming adoptive families and staying connected to 20s/30s even after they move to the big city.   Find new best practices on engaging new members and baby boomers, as well as providing support to Jewish Troops in the US Armed Forces.  

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Outreach and Membership Idea Book Volume III features award-winning, cutting-edge programs for use in your congregation.


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