—  Why are There So Many Secular Jews? | Paul Golin | Weekly Sunday Gathering —  Baker Ripley, 6500 Rookin, Houston, TX

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Main Topic: Why are There So Many Secular Jews?

Why are There So Many Secular Jews? And What Lessons About Identity Might They Hold for Others Leaving Traditional Religion Behind?

Speaker : Paul Golin

Paul Golin is Executive Director of the Society for Humanistic Judaism (www.SHJ.org), the community-organizing arm of a movement that combines a Humanistic philosophy of life with Judaism as the cultural and historic experience of the Jewish people. He is a writer, speaker, advocate, and consultant on issues of importance to the Jewish community including secularity, intermarriage, disaffiliation, and inclusion. Paul co-authored two books and his writing has appeared in the Forward, Jewish Week, Huffington Post, and elsewhere. He is the white Ashkenazi half of a “Jewpanese” (Jewish/Japanese) multiracial household and administers the Jewpanese page on Facebook (www.Jewpanese.com).

Music : TBA


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Baker Ripley Community Center
6500 Rookin St
Houston, TX 77074

Houston Oasis meets in the Reunion Hall Gymnasium on the Baker Ripley campus. From Hillcroft St, turn right onto High Star Dr, then turn right into the Baker Ripley parking lot just past where the road curves to become Rookin St. You can park anywhere in this lot and follow the "Oasis" directional signs to the gym. Harris County is back at Level 3 - Moderate therefore we are relaxing our mask requirements


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Harris County is back at Level 3 - Moderate therefore we are relaxing our mask requirements Masks are now optional for fully vaccinated individuals. **We are continuing to monitor the COVID situation and these rules are subject to change View our Covid Policy at https://www.houstonoasis.org/covid-19-policy

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