Inspiring Jewish life in Texas and Oklahoma all year long

Year-Round Events

GFC Fun Doesn’t Stop in the Summer

URJ Greene Family Camp takes the magic of camp, translates it into a year-round experience, and brings it you in a variety of dynamic events, trips and activities!

We connect children, youth and adults to an expansive menu of fun, immersive Jewish experiences inside and outside of Texas and Oklahoma, all year long. Along with our local synagogue youth groups and NFTY, we present everything from family fun days to high school parties to middle school outings.

 

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Grades 2-5

Come get a taste for camp and a love for Judaism at our fun & exciting day-long family events and mini retreats for 2nd through 5th graders.

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Grades 6-8

We give 6th to 8th graders lots of options to experience the magic of camp at super fun events all year throughout Texas and Oklahoma!

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Grades 9-12

URJ Greene Family Camp & NFTY partner all year long to present high schoolers fun and enriching programs and unforgettable teen events.

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Join us every month!

  • August: Summer Camp
  • September: Summer Palooza (9th-12th grades)
  • October: Women’s Retreat (Ages 21+), NFTY678 in Houston, DFW and San Antonio Areas, NFTY-TOR Fall Conclave in Houston
  • November: GFC Fall Camp (2nd-12th grades)
  • December: URJ Biennial in Boston, MA
  • January: GreeneSki, NFTY TOR Winter Conclave (Dallas Area)
  • February: Family Retreat, L’Taken Seminar in Washington D.C. (9th-12th grades)
  • March: Men’s Weekend (Ages 21+)
  • April: NFTY678 Even in Houston area, DFW, Austin, GFC Spring Camp (2nd-12th grades)
  • June-July: Summer Camp and other Summer Programs

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Youth Education Summit @ URJ Greene Family Camp
Jul 12 – Jul 14 all-day
Youth Education Summit @ URJ Greene Family Camp | Texas | United States

This year at YES

We are excited to welcome Rabbi Noam Katz and members of the Union for Reform Judaism JewV’Nation Fellowship Jews of Color and LGBTQIA+ leadership cohorts as our scholars in residence for YES.

Rabbi Noam Katz is one of the most exciting and influential voices in contemporary Jewish music. He has brought his high-flying energy and soulful melodies to Jewish and interfaith audiences across North America, Africa and Israel. A longtime songleader/educator at URJ Eisner, George and Kutz Camps, Noam has performed at URJ Biennials, CAJE, BBYO International, Limmud – England, NFTY Convention, and countless summer camps and congregations. He currently serves as the Rabbi/Dean of Jewish Living at The Leo Baeck Day School in Toronto, Ontario.

JewV’Nation Fellowship is a leadership development program for visionary Jewish leaders across North America. Over nine-months, the JewV’Nation Fellows, consisting of Reform Jewish leaders gain professional development, networking opportunities, and project incubation with the goal of building the field of Jewish leaders in the Reform Movement and beyond. At YES, the fellows will be providing trainings on how Youth Professionals can incorporate key components of diversity, equity, and inclusion to better serve all of our youth, including Jews of Color, LGBTQIA Jews, and other members of our community from marginalized backgrounds.

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