The landscape of the American Jewish landscape has changed dramatically over the past generation.
While the Orthodox Jewish world generally expands, many non-Orthodox Jewish communities are shrinking. The ethnic “glue” that held liberal Jewish communities together is rapidly being replaced by a multi-racial, intermarried and very mixed population. It is time for liberal Jewish communities to open their doors wide, and welcome all who are interested in exploring the great gifts of Jewish living, teaching and values. We will explore ways to embrace this approach and some of the challenges we will face along the way.