"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.