We are committed to connect you with the meaning of tefillah (prayer) and Torah through fun, teen-led services and creative approaches to spirituality. See below for resources to help plan and lead services.
Below is a list of helpful sites and apps for further education, Jewish reference guides and databases, games, and more.
Helpful for learning Torah or Haftarah, this easy to use app provides:
Available on the Apple and Google Play stores.
When people speak of a Luach, this is what they are referring to. Created by Rabbi Miles B. Cohen, this booklet includes Torah breakdowns, service additions, and other helpful information. Helpful for Religion/Education Vice Presidents planning a convention and costs $20 to purchase.
An online database of translated Jewish texts from the Torah, Tanakh, Mishnah, Talmud, and more. This is the perfect tool for creating sichah (study group or lesson) materials like source sheets and/or studying Jewish texts and commentaries in English.
This is exactly what it sounds like–a database of zemirot (Jewish songs). You can find lyrics, translations, transliterations, and recordings of all your favorite Ruach and Slow Ruach (aka Slouach) songs.
This one is just for fun, but it’s basically Fruit Ninja. However; instead of fruit, you sacrifice only kosher, healthy animals. Besides becoming totally addicted to it, the game helps you learn some of the Torah’s holiness laws.