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Welcoming Interfaith Families at Chizuk Amuno: A Conversation with Rabbi Gruenberg
Wednesday, November 14, 2018 7 p.m.
One theme heard throughout the rabbinic search process was how does our congregation welcome, engage, and support our interfaith families — Do we do a good job? What can we do better? What are issues we should address? What is our role as a Conservative congregation that seeks to be welcoming to interfaith families.
We invite Chizuk Amuno community members interested in exploring this further to this special evening. We will hear from Rabbi Gruenberg, but most important, we invite you to share your thoughts, perspectives, concerns, and ideas. Your voices are important to us as we strive to build a diverse and welcoming community at Chizuk Amuno.
If you have questions about the event or would like more information, please contact Sandra Dzija (firstname.lastname@example.org).