Camp Ramah is my pulpit || What synagogues can learn from Jewish camp
Pray outside, make friends, teach Hebrew and have fun. Simple, isn’t it?
In a famous essay written by Rabbi David Mogilner z"l, former director of Camp Ramah in Wisconsin, Camp Ramah in the Poconos, and former director of National Ramah, he describes his attempts to allay his mother’s concerns that her "nice Jewish boy" was but a mere camp director, explaining, "Ma, Ramah is my pulpit."
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