April 17, 2014   17 Nisan 5774

 

Shalom and welcome to NFTY's Michigan Region! NFTY-MI brings together Reform Jewish Teens from all over Michigan. Our members come together at many times during the year for learning, fun, worship, community service, and fellowship to help young Jewish adults throughout the region build and strengthen lifetime ties with each other and Reform Judaism.

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Check out our list of all NFTY-MI events for the upcoming year!
Ethan was unexpectedly struck by lightning this past summer while teaching a younger group of campers how to throw a Frisbee at URJ Goldman Union Camp Institute (GUCI)... it could have been anyone, it could have happened anywhere. Click on the more information link below for instructions on how to join us.
Upcoming Events
April 2014
04/25 - NFTY-MI Spring Kallah (Until 04/27)
NFTY-MI Blog

NFTY at Biennial: I’m Ready!

NFTY » NFTY-MI   |   Dec 8, 2011 12:00 AM
My journey through NFTY has been an experience in discovery. When I began NFTY as a freshman, I didn't even know what NFTY was. To me, my TYG was youth group. As time has gone on, I've discovered more and more about our organization: my region, North American NFTY, Kutz, etc. Biennial is the next step...

Melissa’s D’var Torah: Judges and Justice

NFTY » NFTY-MI   |   Sep 13, 2011 12:00 AM
NFTY leaders from the Chicago Area, Michigan, Missouri Valley, Northeast Lakes, Northern, and Ohio Valley regions collaborated at Goldman Union Camp Institute in Zionsville, IN, for the inaugural Midwest Mash-up Leadership Boot Camp event. Melissa Frey, director of Kutz Camp and associate director of NFTY, delivered the d’var torah based on parasha Shoftim. Just a week ago, I was at a place many of us have called home, the URJ’s Kutz Camp in Warwick, NY. I was working with our staff preparing camp for impending Hurricane Irene, when I received a call that the EIE Fall semester departure flight had […]
 

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