Shalom and welcome to NFTY's Southern Region NFTY-SO brings together Reform Jewish Teens from Alabama, Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi Western Tennessee, and the Florida panhandle. Our members come together at many times during the year for learning, worship, and fun to help young Jewish adults build and strengthen lifetime ties with each other and Reform Judaism. More about NFTY-SO >

  Registration is now OPEN for Spring Conclave
April 11-13 in New Orleans!

Registration is now OPEN for JYG Retreat
April 25-27 in Utica, MS! 
Open to 6th-8th graders
A draft event schedule is available here

We have a limited number of scholarships available for Spring Conclave AND for NFTY summer programs! Apply today:
Registration for Fall Conclave in Little Rock, Arkansas is now OPEN! Join teens from across the region November 22-24 for a wonderful weekend retreat! Register now-
NFTY Southern has a limited number of scholarships available for Institute 2013. Please go to to apply. Priority deadline is July 28.
Join us for the first NFTY-SO event of the year! Institute is August 16-18th at Jacobs Camp. Register today: Save $10--sign up with the early bird rate by July 31.

If You Can Will It, It Is No Dream

NFTY » NFTY-SO   |   Jan 31, 2014 12:00 AM
NFTY President Andrew Keene delivered a D'var Torah to NFTY Southern in November 2013 about how dreamers and innovators are the ones who will change the world.

NFTY-SO: My First Biennial (and first flight!)

NFTY » NFTY-SO   |   Dec 23, 2013 12:00 AM
"I can't wait!" and "I'm so excited!" were all I could think before Biennial. This would be a weekend of firsts - my first Biennial, my first flight, and my first time meeting anyone attending, as I was the only NFTYite from the Southern region attending.

Making Wishes Come True at Camp Dream Street

NFTY » NFTY-SO   |   Jun 4, 2013 12:00 AM
Members of NFTY-Southern give their individual accounts of an incredible week spent at Camp Dream Street.

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