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Step-by-Step Instructions on How to Join and Connect

To list your organization (or congregation) and its events
Determine who will be responsible for the organization's presence on the Network – it can be a program director, a lay leader, an administrator, or anyone you choose. That individual needs to join the Network as a Member, then register the organization and create events.

  1. Join the Network by visiting and confirm your email address when you receive the email confirmation. Joining the Network and confirming your email takes under 3 minutes.
  2. Register your organization in the Network's Organization Directory by visiting, or by clicking on the Organizations left-side navigation tab and then clicking the Register an Organization button and filling in the form. You must be logged in to do this. To insure your Organization is not already listed on the Network please search before creating a new one at:
  3. Publicize your events by clicking on the Events left-side navigation tab, clicking the Create Event button and filling in the form.


To list yourself as a Professional
As a Jewish professional or lay leader who works with interfaith families and couples, being listed in our Professionals Directory will allow users who are looking for professionals in your area to find your profile and contact you.

After you have joined the Network by following the directions in step 1 above and confirmed your email address, you will be directed to a page to edit your personal information. In the "About Me" section, select the appropriate Professional field, such as Outreach Professional/Outreach Volunteer/Synagogue Professional. Then answer "Yes" to the question, "Would you like to add your listing to the Professionals directory?"

Short on time? You can return to your profile at any time. To do this visit, enter your username and password at the top of the screen and log in. Once you are logged in, click Edit Personal Page under the My Personal Page menu at the top left of the screen.

Download the Step-by-Step Instructions on How to Join and Connect on the Network.

In Judaism, this refers to a ceremony created by the Reform movement as a way for young adults to show their decision to embrace Jewish study and reaffirm their commitment to Judaism. Confirmation is typically held at the end of the tenth grade. In Christianity, confirmation is either considered a sacrament or a rite ceremonially performed in a church. In some denominations and churches, confirmation is understood as bestowing the Holy Spirit. In others it signifies entering adulthood. In still others, it results in church membership. Derived from the Greek word for "assembly," a Jewish house of prayer. Synagogue refers to both the room where prayer services are held and the building where it occurs. In Yiddish, "shul." Reform synagogues are often called "temple."
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