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– 2013 Festival Participant
93% reported increased motivation to explore Judaism
91% experienced a deepened or continued commitment to Judaism
96% of participants at our festivals were glad they attended
97% had a unique experience of ritual and spirituality
Our participants are all ages, all denominations, and come from all over.
email iqoption Attendees have hailed from 27 states and 8 countries
estrategia 60 segundos opciones binarias 21% are under 18 years old; 52% are 18-39; and 27% are 40 years old and up
21% are under 18 years old
52% are 18-39 years old
27% are 40 years and up
26% are in interfaith families; 25% identify as LGBTQ; 15% non-Jewish or other spiritual identity
26% are in interfaith families
15% non-Jewish or other spiritual identity
Affiliations include “just Jewish” (no denomination); Reform; Renewal; Reconstructionist; Conservative; Orthodox
Wilderness Torah continues to grow exponentially each year,
with tremendous impact!
Wilderness Torah served more than 2,000 participants through an annual cycle of four holiday festivals, year-round youth programs, and community programs for Jewish institutions.
Attendance grew at festivals by 52% from 2013 to 2016 (675 to over 2,200 participants).
B’hootz, our Sunday School in the Woods for 5-11 year olds, sold out for the ’14-15 season at 25% larger than the previous season (55 kids vs. 43) and a 15-family waiting list.
I am bringing home a greater sense of working and living with my higher self and connection to spiritual practice and community. I feel grateful to know Wilderness Torah community and these excursions exist as I continue to grow. Passover in the Desert brought together such wonderful folks, created a space in which anyone could share openly.