Community Partner Network

JumpSpark's Community Partner Network brings together 30 local teen serving organizations to raise the bar on Jewish teen engagement in Atlanta. JumpSpark’s Community Partner Network is a true sea change in the Atlanta Jewish community when it comes to professional collaboration.

Current Programs

Community Partners

Sojourn

Sojourn

SOJOURN was founded in 2001 as The Rainbow Center. Supported by the Jewish Federation of Greater Atlanta, it was a central point to promote change and inclusion for LGBTQ+ Jews and people of all faiths throughout metro Atlanta.

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Jewish Kids Group

Jewish Kids Group

Our programs are designed for all types of Jewish families, including interfaith and unaffiliated. The Jewish educational backgrounds of our students are diverse, and our teachers are trained to engage all learners making JKG a place children look forward to coming, where friendships are made and Jewish identity is built.

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Creating Connected Communities

Creating Connected Communities

Founded in 2010, Creating Connected Communities (CCC), is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization whose mission is to bring life-enhancing programs to children in need by empowering teens to become engaged community leaders and volunteers.

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Congregation Shearith Israel

Congregation Shearith Israel

We are an egalitarian, Conservative synagogue devoted to spiritual and religious enrichment, Jewish education and community.

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Congregation Or Hadash

Congregation Or Hadash

Congregation Or Hadash is a dynamic, egalitarian (our first 5 synagogue Presidents were women), Conservative synagogue offering a warm, inclusive, spiritual Jewish environment.

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Congregation Gesher L’Torah

Congregation Gesher L’Torah

Our purpose is to build a community that embraces everyone’s unique story, offering meaningful Jewish insight in a personal way.

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Congregation Etz Chaim

Congregation Etz Chaim

Founded in 1975, we are located in East Cobb, a suburb north of Atlanta. Our synagogue is our family; rich in faith, culture, commitment and tradition. Our programming appeals to our diverse community,

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Congregation Beth Shalom

Congregation Beth Shalom

As an inclusive, diverse, and egalitarian, Conservative synagogue, Congregation Beth Shalom’s mission is to connect, engage and inspire by providing a warm, inviting, and spiritual environment in which our kehillah (community) can learn, pray, serve and celebrate together as part of our valued, extended family.

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Congregation Bet Haverim

Congregation Bet Haverim

Bet Haverim (“House of Friends”) was founded by gay men and lesbians as a Jewish home where they could bring their whole selves to fully engage Judaism and Jewish life. Recognizing the value of hospitable, empowering sacred community, CBH grew to enthusiastically embrace all Jews and their loved ones, particularly those who have wandered seeking acceptance.

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Congregation B’nai Torah

Congregation B’nai Torah

Congregation B'nai Torah's authentic and welcoming community helps you deepen your relationships with others who share your values and with God. We are committed to creating modern and meaningful experiences that are based in our rich traditions.

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Previous Programs

Youth Mental Health First Aid Training

Professionals

Youth Mental Health First Aid Training

Thu. Dec. 10, 2020
Register for Youth Mental Health First Aid Training
Community Conversation with Faun Zarge

Professionals

Community Conversation with Faun Zarge

Tue. Dec. 8, 2020
Register for Community Conversation with Faun Zarge
How to Stay Fired Up Without Burning Out with Faun Zarge

Professionals

How to Stay Fired Up Without Burning Out with Faun Zarge

Tue. Dec. 1, 2020
Register for How to Stay Fired Up Without Burning Out with Faun Zarge
Community Conversation with Simon Amiel

Professionals

Community Conversation with Simon Amiel

Thu. Nov. 12, 2020
Register for Community Conversation with Simon Amiel
Community Conversation with Wayne Green

Professionals

Community Conversation with Wayne Green

Wed. Oct. 21, 2020
Join us for a casual conversation with Wayne Green, the Executive Director of the Jewish Teen Funders Network, to discuss teen philanthropy and a new Israel giving circle initiative.
Register for Community Conversation with Wayne Green
Next Generation Woes: How Can We Help Our Teens Better Navigate Stress

Parents

Next Generation Woes: How Can We Help Our Teens Better Navigate Stress

Thu. Oct. 15, 2020
Register for Next Generation Woes: How Can We Help Our Teens Better Navigate Stress
National Council of Jewish Women End-of-Mourning Observance for Justice Ginsburg

Teens

National Council of Jewish Women End-of-Mourning Observance for Justice Ginsburg

Fri. Oct. 2, 2020
The Atlanta Section of National Council of Jewish Women will be publicly observing the end of the traditional seven-day Jewish mourning period (shiva) for Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg on Friday, October 2, 2020 at 2 pm
Register for National Council of Jewish Women End-of-Mourning Observance for Justice Ginsburg
Speaking Out in the South: Responding to Antisemitism and Bias on Campus

Parents

Speaking Out in the South: Responding to Antisemitism and Bias on Campus

Fri. Sep. 25, 2020
This Friday, join ADL Southeast for a special webinar hosted by ADL Southeast Board members Allan Hamer and Sheri Whiteman and featuring guests Kelly Cohen , Director of JumpSpark, Dr. Steve Dorman, President of Georgia College & State University, Elliot Karp, CEO of Hillels of Georgia, Rev. Greg McGonigle , University Chaplain/Dean of Religious Life at Emory University, and Rianna Saslow, UNC Chapel Hill student and Atlanta native, for a discussion about experiences of and responses to antisemitism and bias in colleges across the region.
Register for Speaking Out in the South: Responding to Antisemitism and Bias on Campus
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