SHJ Exec to Give Talk on “Intermarriage and the Future of Judasim”

Paul Golin, Executive Director of the Society for Humanistic Judaism

Paul Golin will give a brunch talk entitled “Who’s a Jew?: Intermarriage and the Future of Judaism” at the Boulder JCC on Sunday, August 27th 10:30 am.

RSVP here.

Golin says, “Intermarriage is good, period.” …The question then is what comes next, when intermarriage is seen instead as an opportunity to meaning and growth…

Paul Golin is the executive director of the Society for Humanistic Judaism (www.SHJ.org), the congregational arm of a movement that defines Judaism as the cultural and historic experience of the Jewish people. He is a writer, speaker, advocate, and consultant on the most important issues facing the organized Jewish community in America today, including intermarriage, outreach, engagement, disaffiliation and inclusion.

Beth Ami–Colorado Congregation for Humanistic Judaism is co-sponsoring this talk. There will be a humanistic Shabbat “Under the Trees” on Friday, August 25th at 6:00 pm at Harlow Platts Park, 1360 Gillaspie Dr. in Boulder.  Join us for an open air service and one to follow. Guests are asked to bring cookies to share.

Come learn more about Humanistic Judaism!

RSVP BethAmiRSVP@gmail.com

About Lenore Kingston

I am the Jewish Cultural School Director at Beth Ami CCHJ. Beth Ami is a welcoming community where we connect to Jewish past, celebrate Jewish present, and link to Jewish future through a humanistic philosophy. www.bethami.com

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