Immersive Programs

Find your people; ignite your passion

Our immersive programs are designed to foster strong relationships among participants, while diving deeply into topics of shared interest. By signing up for one of these cohorts, you will find people to live Jewishly with, while growing and learning through professional facilitation.

Featured Program

Young Families Chavura

A chavura is a small group of people or families who join together to live Jewishly. Most chavurot are self-run, with no professional staff. YourJewish uses a “co-creation” model to work with interested families to guide them on a path toward developing the community that best fits their needs and desires. The YourJewish Young Families Chavura is for those with younger children (8 and younger) who are looking for the families with whom they can live a Jewish life, celebrating holidays and milestones together. We will meet weekly over the course of 8 weeks in the fall of 2024 to establish relationships and will then transition to once a month gatherings, centered around Shabbat and Holiday celebrations.

Why is it important to share your voice?

Say it out loud

In the beginning of our sacred stories of creation, God literally speaks the world into being. Rabbi Larry Hoffman has said that if you don’t articulate something out loud in some form (speaking/writing/art/music/etc) then it doesn’t actually exist. Thoughts are just thoughts until we put them out there in the world. YourJewish hopes to find ways to help you bring your inner-thoughts into the world as an act of creative expression.

Build relationships

Sharing our voice enables us to connect with those around us.  When we bring our ideas into the world it enables others to learn, grow, and engage. We hope to help you enhance your relationships with others through meaningful dialogue around important ideas.

Tikkun Olam (Repairing the World)

Finding and articulating our voice enables us to create a better world for all.  Through our writing and dialogue, we are able to turn ideas into action in ways that can transform our individual lives, as well as the communities we live in. We hope to work together in community to make the world a better place for all people.