One who is wise, humble and fearful of sin may be made a community leader.
Tosafot (12th c. Commentary on Mishna)
Kehilliyot is a place where Jewish professionals meet to gain support, continue to grow their skills and strengthen their practice of community facilitation. We are grateful to The Covenant Foundation for supporting the growth of the new and emerging professional field of community facilitation that Kehilliyot members are a part of.
Our Desired Outcomes
1. Membership in Kehilliyot will contribute to the refinement and improvement of practice for Kehilliyot members.
2. Kehilliyot will be a resource to form and strengthen communities.
3. Kehilliyot will contribute knowledge to the field of Jewish Education/Jewish Communal Service for institutions, practitioners, and clients.
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