Service for July 30, 2014

Service for July 30, 2014

Shalom! Almost every evening at camp, we have a different cabin lead T’fillot (services). Each camper writes a part and reads it before all of camp in between the prayers we say or sing as a community. This way, every camper gets the opportunity to share something of themselves with the wider camp, and to teach the community something about their values, Judaism, or their connection to our prayers. Our cabin services make each of our T’fillot that much more unique and meaningful. —Jacob Kraus, T’fillah Specialist GUCI Evening Service July 30, 2014 Cabin 12: Tradition Opening Song Bar’chu Tradition […]

Read full story Comments { 0 }
Service for July 31,2014

Service for July 31,2014

Shalom! Almost every evening at camp, we have a different cabin lead T’fillot (services). Each camper writes a part and reads it before all of camp in between the prayers we say or sing as a community. This way, every camper gets the opportunity to share something of themselves with the wider camp, and to teach the community something about their values, Judaism, or their connection to our prayers. Our cabin services make each of our T’fillot that much more unique and meaningful. —Jacob Kraus, T’fillah Specialist   GUCI Evening Service July 31, 2014 Cabin 16: Reaching for the Stars […]

Read full story Comments { 0 }

The Magic of Camp

By Rabbi Rachel M. Maimin July 25, 2014 Isaac M. Wise Temple The Magic of Camp It is late on Friday afternoon, yet the sun shines as brilliantly in the sky as if it were mid-day, smiling down upon us. I join my friends, my colleagues, those who live in my area, and we gather together, packed in tight, anxiously awaiting the beginning. We greet each other warmly, and the volume of our voices slowly rises and rises, as the anticipation builds. Finally, one person lifts up his shofar, and a hush falls over all who are gathered, as he […]

Read full story Comments { 0 }
Service for July 29, 2014

Service for July 29, 2014

Shalom! Almost every evening at camp, we have a different cabin lead T’fillot (services). Each camper writes a part and reads it before all of camp in between the prayers we say or sing as a community. This way, every camper gets the opportunity to share something of themselves with the wider camp, and to teach the community something about their values, Judaism, or their connection to our prayers. Our cabin services make each of our T’fillot that much more unique and meaningful. —Jacob Kraus, T’fillah Specialist GUCI Evening Service July 29, 2014 Cabin 8: Confidence and Class Opening Song […]

Read full story Comments { 0 }
Shabbat Morning Service for July 26, 2014

Shabbat Morning Service for July 26, 2014

Shalom! Almost every evening at camp, we have a different cabin lead T’fillot (services). Each camper writes a part and reads it before all of camp in between the prayers we say or sing as a community. This way, every camper gets the opportunity to share something of themselves with the wider camp, and to teach the community something about their values, Judaism, or their connection to our prayers. Our cabin services make each of our T’fillot that much more unique and meaningful. —Jacob Kraus, T’fillah Specialist Shabbat Morning Service July 26, 2014 Cabin 5: Little Miss… Mah Tovu pg […]

Read full story Comments { 0 }
Shabbat Service for July 25, 2014

Shabbat Service for July 25, 2014

Shalom! Almost every evening at camp, we have a different cabin lead T’fillot (services). Each camper writes a part and reads it before all of camp in between the prayers we say or sing as a community. This way, every camper gets the opportunity to share something of themselves with the wider camp, and to teach the community something about their values, Judaism, or their connection to our prayers. Our cabin services make each of our T’fillot that much more unique and meaningful. —Jacob Kraus, T’fillah Specialist Shabbat Evening Service July 25, 2014 Cabin 9: Seeing the Beauty in Things […]

Read full story Comments { 0 }