Wednesday, December 17, 2014 Kislev 25, 5775
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Two Conservative synagogues a mile apart from one another in Elkins Park have merged a number of the religious functions they provide — and expect to do more.
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A strong local contingent traveled to Baltimore to examine out-of-the-box ways to reinvigorate their synagogues, serve interfaith families and reverse staggering declines revealed in a recent study of American Jewry.
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Talia Lavin, JTA
Some Jews who pursue multiple committed partnerships want the community to be more accepting of their lifestyle choices.
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Hoping to turn the B'nai Mitzvah experience from a graduation ceremony to a true entry point to Jewish life, two local congregations are participating in a national pilot project organized by the Reform movement while others are experimenting with their own strategies.
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Fredda Sacharow, JE Feature
From cocktail parties to baseball game outings, synagogues aim to engage a diverse population of baby boomers through a variety of programs.
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