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From great academic learning to practical instruction to spiritual inspiration and sometimes even entertainment, the CCPD has offered many webinars over the years – and you can find them here. Browse through our archive of recorded sessions – don’t be afraid to reach out to the instructors of these past sessions to ask your questions today! If you have questions, reach out to our Stacey Delcau, Professional Development Coordinator.
"In acts of genuine expression, what goes on between the soul of man and the word of prayer is more than an act of employment, of using words as if they were tools. Here the soul and the word react upon each other; the word is a creative force.
Words are not made of paper.
"Words of prayer are repositories of the spirit. It is only
Please visit this link to listen to the recording of this webinar.
The ACC, in collaboration with HUC-JIR, presents a unique opportunity to sit in on Joyce's session with DFSSM students preparing for their upcoming senior recitals and learn more about
Join current rabbinical, cantorial, and education students as Merri shares the latest interesting, accessible pieces for use in communal prayer with special emphasis on teaching technique and context within the worship service. In collaboration with HUC-JIR.
Please find a link to the Dropbox files for this webinar
Cantor Beny Maissner is a master improviser and connoisseur of traditional chazzanut. His experience spans many generations and genres and his worship style is an eclectic mix of the traditional and the contemporary in a modern day Reform synagogue. The workshop will be a taste of some of the wonderful learning that he will offer as one of our
Professional Development Opportunity to Inspire and Engage
Please take the time to listen to the recording for the first opportunity in our partnership with the URJ Deptarment of Youth Engagement for UNPLUGGED with Alan Goodis featuring Dan Nichols.
This video podcast is not only for those that engage with young students
As a celebration of Shabbat Shirah - the CCPD presents an exploration of Torah chanting traditions!
Reading Torah is not a Jewish activity - Singing Torah is! In this class we will learn some of the history of ta'amei hamikra - the "trop" that guide us in our song, going back to the Talmud, the Caira Geniza, and other ancient sources, and
This is the audio recording of the webinar done with Nava Tehila in prepartion of our Israeli convention in July 2014.