The Optimistic Movement

Over the past year, many writers in Jewish world offered their opinions as to why the number of Jews affiliated with the Conservative Movement declined so precipitously over the past two decades.   Rather than delve into a debate that often appears more circular than illuminating, I published a feature in the Conservative Movement’s magazine this past week that reframes where the Conservative Movement might go in the coming years, and how changing our mindset is the key to transforming how we present a compelling message to the Jewish Community.   Already, The Optimistic Movement has sparked quite a bit of conversation about how to revitalize a brand of Judaism critical to the success of the Jewish Community, as a whole.   I hope that the article will raise important questions for you, and that you will share the article and your questions with someone else.

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