Viewpoint: Why we need new communities
Communal life is a vital component to maintaining Jewish identity, and so Jewish intentional communities – whereby people congregate around a social action – have been on the rise around the world.
By RABBI AHARON ARIEL LAVI
June 13, 2019 16:11
3 minute read.
A Hakhel gathering: since Hakhel began five years ago, it has become the largest global incubator for Jewish intentional communities.
(photo credit: HAKHEL)
Jewish communities around the world are grappling with the same challenge: how to keep millennials engaged. Just as they have disrupted all industries, they are re-imagining what it means to live in a community.
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