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Homegrown Judaism: co-creating community

10/17/2019 03:57:58 PM


How can you get involved at JCOGS? 

Choose your way of co-creating our community, then click here to sign up.

  • Help organize our magical summer fundraiser.

  • Bring a meal to someone in need in our community.

  • Tag JCOGS on social media and share our posts.

  • Host or plan an après-ski. 

  • Serve as a greeter and door monitor at Friday services.

  • Help setup or clean up at an upcoming Homegrown Shabbat potluck.

  • Have a coffee date/walk with a new JCOGS member.

  • Join the tikkun olam/repairing the world committee.

  • Host a meal for members in your home.

  • Send a card to someone who has celebrated a milestone or mitzvah.

  • Give a d’var Torah/sermon during services.

  • Help tend our beautiful garden.

  • Join the membership committee and welcome new members.

  • Lend your voice to our Spontaneous Jewish Choir.

  • Take photographs at our events .

  • Be a balebuste and organize a simple meal for Olam Chesed Wednesday or Kinderlach & Gesher Shabbat.

  • Help co-lead a Homegrown Shabbat service with Rabbi David.

  • Come to a Morrisville-Stowe Coalition meeting to address bigotry.

  • Run a program that shares your interests: yoga? mahjong? knitting? hiking? art? literature?

  • Sit on our governance committee.

  • Send a card to someone who has lost a loved one.

  • Get involved in holiday programming.

  • Bring a meal to the Lamoille Community House warming shelter.

  • Play music during services.

  • Run a tikkun olam social action project to benefit a local cause.

  • Teach a skill or share a story at Olam Chesed Wednesdays, Kinderlach & Gesher Shabbat, or Ateed Sundays.

  • Lead services when Rabbi David is away.

  • Label and stuff envelopes.

  • Show your handy side by helping maintain our building.

  • Proofread documents.

  • Create flyers for JCOGS event.

  • Help our Olam Chesed Wednesday program with setup and clean up.

  • Hang posters around town for our awesome events.

  • Help reach out to working families who need a lift for their children to one of our education programs.

  • Be an on-hand tech help for events (or volunteer your teen).

  • Teach or share a skill you possess with another member.

  • Help with our Yizkor Book of Remembrance.

  • Promote our events on Front Porch Forum.

  • Tutor a mitzvah student or assist a teen with chanting a Torah portion.

  • Brainstorm your own idea of getting involved and speak with community members about how to make it happen.

  • Talk to Emily Rosenbaum, our president, about other current volunteer opportunities.

Sun, June 13 2021 3 Tammuz 5781