Kehillah Council – Open to all Mount Zion Members. Zoom link.
Regarding the Twin Cities Jewish population, did you know
- That the total number of people in Twin Cities Jewish households increased 39% between 2004 and 2019?
- That the number of Jewish adults increased 29% and non-Jewish adults in Jewish households increased 178% in the same time period?
- That the number of Jewish children increased 1%?
- That although Reform Judaism with 30% of the Jewish population is the largest denomination in the Twin Cities, the largest single demographic group at 47% are those who identify as secular, cultural, or Just Jewish?
Curious to know more? The December Kehillah Council continues an exploration that we began in August with Kivvun La’Atid / The Direction of Our Future. We will learn more about the 2019 Twin Cities Jewish Population Study and how we might use it to help plan for our future. We will also have an opportunity to learn more about the 2020 Mount Zion Congregation Survey and how it, too, can help us plan for our future.
Participants can expect to learn about the study and survey and to engage in facilitated discussions. We hope you’ll join us!
Please RSVP to Mount Zion’s Administrative Coordinator Kelly Kelzenberg so we can send you information in advance of the gathering.