Jeneration works in two ways, providing intense, challenging opportunities for people to get together, learn, pray and travel. Jeneration also seeks out and works with young Jews to support them in creating new initiatives.Our Student Fieldworker works with Reform and progressively minded Jewish students, to meet and socialise, pray and learn. In addition, Jeneration Campus Organisers work with JSocs to add value to student provision in universities across the country. Jeneration provides them with support and inspiration to make this happen.
Off campus, Jeneration's focuses on providing those who want to make things happen for themselves and their peers with the support and resources to do so. Microgrants are available to young leaders to support tefillah: prayer and spirituality and Jewish learning. We have an annual residential Beit Midrash and other leadership residential here and abroad to develop people and help them author their own Jewish lives.
Jeneration also works with those in mixed faith relationships; organising events and activities to get together share thoughts, concerns and ideas for those faced with decisions and a sense of searching. Jeneration welcomes the challenges that being in a mixed faith relationships brings and embraces anyone seeking out community and a sense of belonging, whatever their current background.
Jeneration.org is a showcase and portal for Reform Jewish life in Britain today and users can find out more about Jeneration's work with students, young adults and those in mixed faith relationships.
An important piece of outreach work is the annual High Holy Day free pass scheme. The scheme, which is unique to the Movement for Reform Judaism, is an opportunity for young adults to attend services, as well as an opportunity for the shuls involved to showcase themselves and seek further engagement. Over 300 students and young adults benefit from the scheme every year. Apply for your free High Holy Day pass.
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