"Ayecha": Where Do You Stand?
Jewish tradition teaches that the existential question “Ayecha” “Where
do you stand?” was first posed by God to Adam in the Garden of Eden, to
facilitate his introspection on the unique role and purpose he had within
Ayecha’s training, curricula and outreach programs
provide resources for appreciating commonalties and differences among Jews
and leveraging Jewish Diversity awareness into building stronger, more
vibrant, Jewish relationships and communities. Ayecha’s workshops
facilitate “safe space” for introspection and growth in building more
inclusive Jewish environments.
Ayecha embraces the question “Who is
a Jew?” as an opportunity to explore the depth and substance of Jewish
identity: Who is included? Who is excluded? Is there a place for YOU in the
We believe there is. Ayecha is a place for Jews to
come together, foster community, and reach out to the larger Jewish
population, so that when faced with the question “Where Do You Stand?” with
integrity, we can answer “We Stand Together.”
Classroom to the Board Room…
Ayecha offers quality educational
resources for learning, teaching, and leveraging Jewish Diversity.
Widening the Lens …
Ayecha workshops, curricula and programs
assist rabbis, educators, and Jewish outreach professionals in utilizing a
diversity lens to service a wider and more vibrant Jewish community.
Ayecha programs facilitate crucial
introspection and dialogue on individual and communal relationships with
difference. Across a wide spectrum of Jewish identity and affiliation,
Ayecha consultation services help to resolve the conflict between aging
stereotypes and modern realities within the Jewish community.