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Rabbi Alexander M. Schindler, President of the UAHC, gave this speech establishing Outreach to the Board of Trustees on December 2, 1978 in Houston, Texas.
ABORIGINAL PEOPLES: WORKING FOR JUSTICE AND RECONCILIATION Questions You Can Ask: 1. How will you and your party respond to the continuing reality of missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls?
Raising money to provide food, clothing, furniture, car seats, and tutoring for the welfare recipients assigned to specific caseworkers.
Congregation provides holiday meals and gifts to less fortunate families in their area. Community Contact Information: Congregation Shir Ha-Ma’alot Irvine, CA www.shmtemple.org Goals: Engage congregation in addressing local poverty.
Donation drive for clothes, books and toys for social worker clients – including survivors of child abuse.
An interfaith effort to bridge understanding and cooperation between African-Americans and Jews.
Congregation set up a school tutorial program for neighboring inner-city elementary school students.
Congregation re-envisioned its food drive by requesting non-perishables by assigned first letter.
We convene cohorts of congregational leaders for long-term, innovative learning from experts, including face-to-face and virtual gatherings, e-learning, and coaching.