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.
For our database of tefilah resources and to learn more about tefilah goals go to tefilah.pardes.org. For more great podcasts visit elmad.pardes.org.
In our fifth episode, Zvi Hirschfield is joined by Pardes Faculty Alex Israel and PCJE Director Aviva Lauer Golbert as they delve into the hoda’ot/thanksgiving section of the Amidah. They explore gratitude and graciousness through the perspectives of different tefilah goals – connecting to the community, God, and personal development – in order to conjure up more meaningful and engaging tefilah experiences for young people.
n this episode: Rabbi Zvi Hirschfield, Rabbi Alex Israel and Aviva Lauer Golbert.
Creative Producer: Reuven Margrett
Executive Producer: Adam Titcher
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The Pardes Center for Jewish Educators trains and empowers pre-service Jewish studies teachers and experiential Jewish educators to serve as knowledgeable, skilled, reflective and passionate professionals. PCJE also provides in-service training programs, in-service support, professional development, and curricular programming.
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