The Pardes Center for Jewish Educators is proud to produce this podcast series to support and inspire tefilah education. Rabbi Zvi Hirschfield, Pardes faculty member, leads a panel of veteran educators in an invigorating discussion of how to make prayer relevant to young people. Using a menu of tefilah goals, created as part of the Pardes Tefilah Education Initiative, each educator explores each episode’s prayer through a lens of either Connecting to God, Developing a Sense of Jewish Community, or Cultivating Personal Growth.
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In our first episode, Zvi Hirschfield is joined by PCJE Director Aviva Lauer Golbert and PCJE Director of Digital Content Reuven Margrett as they explore the Shema – Judaism’s most well-known expression of faith – through the perspectives of connecting to community, God, and personal development in order to create more meaningful and engaging tefilah experiences for young people.
In this episode: Rabbi Zvi Hirschfield, Aviva Lauer Golbert and Rabbi Reuven Margrett.
Creative Producer: Reuven Margrett
Executive Producer: Adam Titcher
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