Thursday, December 18, 2014 Kislev 26, 5775

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As the Conservative movement continues to grapple with the role of non-Jewish members during religious rituals, several local congregations have come up with their own creative practices to better include interfaith families.
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Judy Wicks, a longtime local champion of sustainable communities, will share her expertise at the second annual Hazon Philadelphia Jewish Food Festival coming up this weekend on the Main Line.
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Jewish groups catering to students and young professionals have begun programming for interfaith couples in hopes of creating a welcoming community where they can feel comfortable navigating the complexities of their different backgrounds.
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A new South Philly branch of a major c ommercial laundry company is partnering with JEVS to hire disabled employees looking for opportunity.
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Despite the recent challenge of the summer war between Israel and Hamas, the Sisterhood of Salaam Shalom has continued to build bonds and promote dialog between Jewish and Muslim women across the country, and recently held its first national conference in Philadelphia.
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