Cherie Koller-Fox

NewCAJE

Cherie Koller-Fox was a founder and past president of CAJE, and served as Chair of its Advocacy Commission. She has written and spoken extensively about family education, innovation in Jewish education, and spiritual practices. She currently works as a chaplain and as founder and president of NewCAJE, which has held several conferences since 2009.

Friday Night Services: Liberal Egalitarian

Join us for a moving and uplifting song-filled prayer session. Celebrate Shabbat with guitar, drums and other instruments and welcome the Shabbat bride. Songs and prayers will be a combination of Hebrew and English. This service will have mixed gender seating.

Jewish Educator Meet-Up

Becca Farber, Zvi Hirschfield, Cherie Koller-Fox

Come hang out with other Jewish educators. It doesn't matter whether you are a formal, informal, experiential, recreational, or early educational educator. Share your war stories, passion for Jewish education, and meet new friends. Learn about great opportunities for educators year-round and around the globe.

Saturday Morning Services: Liberal Egalitarian

Join us for a unique prayer service and spiritual Torah reading that integrates body, mind and soul though singing, chanting and meditation. Celebrate Shabbat with guitar, drums and other instruments. Songs and prayers will be in both Hebrew and English. This service will have mixed gender seating. NOTE: Service starts at 9:00 AM.

The Hidden Meaning of the Seder

The Passover Seder is the most brilliant curriculum ever devised; the Rabbis had a revolutionary thought that saved our religion from extinction. We will look at the key to the hidden meaning of the Seder, which lies at the beginning, in a small piece of Matzah that has a lot of different meanings to us as Jews (Ha Lachma Anya and the hidden Afikoman), and at the end, with the poem (Hasal Siddur Pesach) that concludes the Seder.

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