This web resource promotes areyvut, a term that means “mutual responsibility”, as a foundational Jewish faith value and goal with respect to youth and teenagers. It provides resources to a variety of synagogues, families, and Jewish community centers and schools for helping youth “become thoughtful, giving members of the Jewish community of tomorrow.”

Offerings

programming and organizational information that covers a broad spectrum of ideas and activites; blog; e-newsletter; videos

Best For

clergy and lay leaders, especially Jewish

Cost

free

Suggested Uses

  • Further your knowledge in building relationships, family education, and teen philanthropy.
  • Encourage youth to live lives of mutual responsibility that exhibit kindness, charity, and social action.

About the Contributor
Contributor
Janet Hoover

Janet Hoover is a certified spiritual director in private practice and an American Baptist pastor. She graduated from the University of Indianapolis and earned her MDiv and DMin from Christian Theological Seminary in Indianapolis. 

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