Forum on Our Future

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Open to current adult JRC members
Each meeting is limited to 14 participants (advance registration required; no walk-ins)

Please join us for one of our Forums on Our Future - a series of facilitated small group discussions designed to gather your input on our shared future during this transitional period in our congregation. In these Forums, we'll address the following questions:

  • What about JRC is most valuable to you as a member?
  • What suggestions do you have for strengthening JRC going forward?
  • Do you see opportunities to improve our connections, programs, services, etc.? Are there ways that you would like to implement your ideas?

At the end of each Forum, we'll discuss what information and ideas inspired or surprised each of us during the first part of the session, and how we can work together to move our ideas forward. You'll also have a chance to share anything else regarding JRC's future.

The Forums on Our Future are organized and facilitated by JRC's Strategic Planning Committee. Click here to learn more about our Strategic Plan.

Please Note: In order to ensure that as many congregants as possible have an opportunity to participate, we ask that you register for only one session.

Forum Dates
7 pm, Tuesday, January 6
7 pm, Wednesday, January 14
9:30 am & 12:30 pm, Sunday, January 18
7 pm, Tuesday, January 20
7 pm, Wednesday, January 21
11:30 am & 2:30 pm, Sunday, January 25
7 pm, Wednesday, January 28
7 pm, Thursday, January 29
9:30 am, Sunday, February 1
9:15 am, Sunday, March 22
11:30 am, Sunday, March 22

Date and Time: 
Sunday, March 22, 2015 - 11:30am to 1:30pm

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