World Wide Wrap

World Wide Wrap globe with tefillin

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Connecting Jews Across the Generations

Sunday, February 13th, 2022

Save the date on your Club and Personal Calendars, to join men across the continent and across the globe to Wrap Tefillin.  Doing this Mitzvah is important for many reasons.  Plans regarding the 2022 World Wide Wrap are still in progress (under wrapswink) and will be posted here when ready.
So for now, be prepared to Just Do It this coming February, on Super Sunday!

Club Registration for Participation Credit

Register your club for 2022 wrap Here

To register for the wrap you must be logged in to this site. You may do so at the upper right corner of this page where it says Login. After doing so, you have a choice to 1) Continue to log in, 2) Create new account, or 3) Request new password.  (You may alternatively click these highlighted links.)

All Genders Wrap

For a gender inclusive video series of a diverse group of Jews demonstrating how to put on tefillin, see the Tefillin Videos section on the menu.

 World Wide Wrap Hats

Available in several styles -

with or without "Tefillin Trainer" wording beneath the WWW logo.



The World Wide Wrap unites men, women and children in prayer.

Download stickers for your Wrap Attendees here.  
Use Avery 22807 labels.

Support the FJMC Women of the Wall Tefillin Fund (Click Here)

Contributions to this special fund will be used to purchase & donate Tefillin to the Women of the Wall Bat Mitzvah Initiative.


To learn more about the Women of the Wall click on the image above. 

For a timely Dvar Torah, “About Mitzvat Tefillin and the Issue of Women Donning Tefillin" click here.

Support the FJMC's Effort to Provide Needed Tefillin to Congregations Outside of North America (click here)

Like the FJMC World Wide Wrap on Facebook

World Wide Wrap Program Ideas

Easiest to do:

Emanuel Synagogue Brotherhood has expanded participation for World Wide Wrap by making it an Emanuel Synagogue community experience. Our Brotherhood coordinates this activity with our Sisterhood, Minyonaires, Religious School and Bar/Bat Mitzvah Club to make the World Wide Wrap a generational and synagogue wide program. It provides our youth with a mitzvah experience outside of the classroom.  Emanuel Synagogue Brotherhood - West Hartford, CT. Contact: Bob  Tellar 

The "MR. JACK ISRAEL" Memorial Award is to be given out at the WWW. Jack having been a legend in his community who didn't have his own set of tefillin. In honor of both Jack and the mitzvah of tefillin, two new pairs of tefillin will be made available as spare sets to encourage attendance at the WWW.   Shomrei Torah Men's Club, West Hills, CA. Contact: Gavin Rosenberg  

Medium Complexity:

We prepared a "Cheat Sheet" detailing exactly how to lay tefillin for our World Wide Wrap as well as for use during the rest of the year. Our goal was to make laying tefillin accessible to everyone. The sheet included illustrations, mechanical instructions on what to do, and all prayers in Hebrew, English and transliterated and was sized to fit in most tefillin bags.  B’nai Amoona Men’s Club - St. Louis, MOContact: Creighton Cohn  

WWW was promoted to our congregation and our 6th and 7th grade classes. The FJMC Tefillin Video The Ties that Bind was shown to the students the previous week. After Minyan all were invited to breakfast sponsored by Men's Club and Chai Society (our over 55 group) and a Tefillin education presentation. This gives our members leadership opportunities.   Beth El Temple Men’s Club – West Hartford, CTContact: David Diamond  

We engaged a local educator trained in the work of a Sofer to develop an interactive program where the Religious School students wrapped and wore T'fillin for services and then learned how they were made. Continued innovation keeps people excited and interested. Beth Emeth - Herndon, VA. Contact: David Hillelsohn 

Most Complex - Highly Rewarding

Our club wanted to build on our previously successful annual “World Wide Wrap” by working with our USY chapter and USY region to create a major tefillin event. We coordinated the wrap with a “Build-A-Pair” program. Developed as a weekday afternoon parent/child program with our shul’s Religious School (“daled” students- 6th grade). Flyers were sent home advertising this as a parent/child project. Dinner was provided for attendees (students and their parents). The events were a big success, with over 400 people attending the events. Most rewarding was the involvement of our youth programs. Temple Beth Shalom - Livingston, N.JContact: Barry Schwartz

As part of our yearly World Wide Wrap program, this year we held a joint trans-Atlantic program with Dor Hadash, a Masorti Kehila in Budapest. Using Google+ Hangouts, both Temple Israel and Dor Hadash was able to transmit and project images and sound from each other. Together we learned, we davened and we shared ruach. In Sharon we had the most participants for the WWW ever.  Temple Israel - Sharon, MAContact: Ron Czik


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