Mamash’s* mission is to make Judaism accessible and compelling, to demonstrate how richly relevant Jewish thought and tradition can be, and to examine how it can intersect with and impact our secular daily lives.
Using this framework Mamash challenges and inspires its participants to help them to find more meaning in their own lives, to be more compassionate in their interactions with one another, and to be more reflective in how they engage with the world at large.
Mamash 1.0 undertook this work in the form of customized, facilitated discussion groups that met in people’s homes and offices, and through a blog called Mamash Minutes.
Mamash 2.0 continues to publish Mamash Minutes, and is currently exploring other tools and venues for outreach and engagement.
*Mamash is an expressive Hebrew word used in conversations to convey authenticity and emphasis. It means REALLY! TRULY!