Intermarriage and the Shidduch Crisis: Finding Love in the Jewish Community
Join Rabbis and lay leaders on a special two-day journey into the world of loss and love.
Program sponsored by the Union for Traditional Judaism
From marrying out to not marrying at all, the Jewish world of love has never been more threatened. The Union for Traditional Judaism invites you to participate in a special two-day event that seeks to find answers to two of our greatest challenges - Intermarriage & The Shidduch Crisis.
WHERE: Long Beach Hotel, 405 E Broadway, Long Beach, NY
WHEN: Sunday & Monday, Sept. 11-12 (Check-in starts 2pm Sunday)
HIGHLIGHTS: Great Speakers, Food & Schmooze networking
For a full list of the speakers that include JOFA'S Executive Director, Sharon Weiss- Greenberg, and for registration please click here.
Preventing All Male Panels
Monday September 12th - Wednesday September 14th
This online conversation will highlight challenges that result in all male panels and problems that arise as a result of the multitudes of all male panels, especially in the Orthodox community. This conversation will take place from September 12-14, and will be led by Dr. Leslie Ginspang Klein, Gina Glantz, Dr. Aaron Koller, Ruthie Warshenbrot, and Steven I. Weiss. We welcome your questions and contributions to the conversation. Please click here to submit questions to the panelists.
Wisdom Ethereal and Domestic: The Woman in Kabbalat Shabbat Theology and Tradition
Tuesday September 20th at 8:30 PM (EST) with Debra Band
To register for this webinar please click here.
Sunday, January 15, 2017
New York City
9th International JOFA Conference
"Preventing Abuse in our jewish communities"
The Fall 2015/Winter 2016 JOFA Journal focusing on Abuse and ways to prevent it is now available online!
JOFA means so much to you. JOFA is the place where you share ideas with like-minded people. JOFA is where you find the tools for advancing social change in your community. Being a member of JOFA enables you to connect with people, like you, who are working to make the religious world a better place for women -- and men. JOFA is you. It’s who you are. It’s your identity, your voice, and your community. Become a member and stay connected to people just like you. JOFA is where you belong.