Engagement and Community—those are key reasons many join a synagogue. And throughout our history, we have learned how to not just survive, but flourish in a host of environments.
One great way to both engage and help build our community is to join an IHC committee. It is an opportunity to both feel more connected and to improve our congregation. IHC wants you!
Here are our key committees that need your help:
Adamah (Earth) Committee
Contact Michael Sanders (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Works to reduce energy consumption and waste, food waste prevention, recycling and composting, Community Supported Agriculture (CSA), food health, and wellness.
Advancement / Development
Contact Mitch Katz (IHCmkatz@yahoo.com)
Works to provide financial stability through strategic planning and fundraising utilizing best philanthropic practices.
Building/Grounds/Interior (House Committee)
Contact Barb Levy (email@example.com)
Recommends upkeep and maintenance of the building, grounds, infrastructure etc. as well as recommendations for the interior spaces of the building.
Contact Norm Sider (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Works with Clergy team to support congregants in times of illness and in acute or chronic need, as well as in times of joy.
Contact Carolyn Hiser (email@example.com)
Responsible for recommendations regarding the policies, ongoing issues and maintenance of the IHC cemeteries.
Contact Steve Leyndyke (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Advises staff and board on relevant communications that reflect the Synagogue’s values, mission, and objectives.
Engagement & Membership
Contact Amy Issacs (email@example.com)
A new committee creating activities and developing methods to engage our members.
Information Technology PLEASE—if you have IT expertise, we need you!
Contact Eddie Roger at (firstname.lastname@example.org)
A new committee to advise on best practices to utilize and stay current with technology.
Ritual Life/Religious Culture
Contact Eloise Paul (President@ihcindy.org)
Works closely with our Clergy team to enhance and promote congregational involvement and engagement through our spiritual and cultural experiences.