The strength of our community is in the energy and creativity of our lay led groups and the people who lead and self-organize in ways big and small, visible and often behind-the-scenes.
One of our non-negotiables is empowering people to lead. We give people the tools and encouragement to be agents of spreading purpose, connection and inspiration in and beyond Mishkan spaces. Whether it’s through our justice teams, small groups, or volunteering at Mishkan, the strength of our community is in our lay led leadership.
Interested in getting involved? Let us know!
Whether you’re looking to connect with folks who share your interests or passions, engage in ongoing Jewish learning and discussion with others, or try your hand at leading an event or series of your own, we’ve got you covered. Initiated and led by volunteer Builders (members at Mishkan), Mishkan’s small groups are a place for you to find your niche and create meaningful relationships with other community members in a more intimate setting.
Social Justice Teams
Tikkun, healing or repairing what’s broken, is one of our core values at Mishkan. Channeling the energy we create in our services and leaning into social activism is important now more than ever.
It takes hands and hearts to make this thing we do happen – from services, to holiday experiences, to rabbi-led classes, we couldn’t do the work we do day in and day out without the amazing group of givers who help out at Mishkan events and programs. Not to mention, our amazing Support Squad that shows up for community members during times of need. Want to get involved?