- Want to find your people at IHC?
- Want to build deeper relationships with others who share your interests, passions, and life experiences?
- Want to experience collective effervescence — the sense of energy and harmony people feel when they come together in a group around a shared purpose?
- Want to go from being just a member to really feeling like you belong?
Join an IHC Circle!
What are IHC Circles?
IHC Circles are small groups formed around interests, geography, life stage, or profession; they can meet in the home, in an office, outside, inside, or really anywhere. Comprised of 8-15 people, groups will meet regularly with a frequency and location that works for you. Groups are lay guided and open to all congregants. With this exciting new way to connect, if a group doesn’t work out, it can disband, be tweaked, or a new idea can be tried!
IHC Circles are kicking off at Shabbat in the Park on August 6 with these inaugural groups:
Global Dining Explorers
Mental Health Professionals/Therapists
Take a Hike … Together
Young Couples Circle
Or consider forming an IHC Circle yourself. The Engagement Team will work with you and, together with Rabbi Jordana Chernow-Reader, will guide you through the process of designing your new group. All new IHC Circle guides will be offered training, one-on-one support, and (if relevant) easy-to-use discussion materials. To get started, contact Rabbi Jordana.