The 2015 Convention Will:
Be a program in which we interact with and learn from our host city, the institutions of higher learning in and around the city, and the scholars, academics, movers and shakers who help make the city thrive.
Allow participants to create a track or plan of learning, in a specific area, or choose a variety of different experiences in an effort to spark new ideas and “re-ignite” one’s rabbinate.
Create opportunities for participants to interact with and learn from one another in order to foster new relationships and strengthen existing relationships between colleagues that can be sustained beyond the convention setting.
Create an atmosphere where colleagues are comfortable and can relax, study, pray, socialize, and be fully present with one another and themselves.
Be a program that is attractive and relevant, and “speaks to” the diversity of the Reform rabbinate and all members of the CCAR.
Be aligned and integrated with the CCAR missions, pillars, and goals.
The CCAR enriches and strengthens the Jewish community by empowering Reform Rabbis to provide religious, spiritual, and organizational leadership as it:
The CCAR achieves its Mission by offering Reform Rabbis opportunities for:
Adopted January 17, 2008
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