(401)j is a new state-wide collaboration between Congregation Beth Sholom, Temple Beth-El, Temple Emanu-El, and the Jewish Alliance of Greater Rhode Island open to community members in their 20s, 30s, and early 40s.
It’s your friends. It’s your community. It’s your programs. (401)j is a group of dynamic Jews, ages early 20s to mid-40s, who are dedicated to building a thriving Jewish collaboration in the “401.” Through a variety of programs including social, cultural, educational, and advocacy, young Jews like you are continuing the tradition of community. Whether you’re professionals, grad students, just starting your adult lives, or are married and have children, stop wandering… (401)j is your destination.
This innovative cross-faction initiative will lead Rhode Island’s next generation into a stronger Jewish future. By joining forces and combining efforts, we will focus differently, act effectively, and engage broadly to bridge the gap between our rich historical roots and our burgeoning communal future.
Whether you’re a professional, a grad student, just starting your adult life, or you’re married with children, stop wandering…(401)j is your destination.
If you’re interested in volunteering, learning more about Jewish heritage, networking socially and professionally, joining in Torah study, or all of the above, (401)j is the total package.
(401)j’s blog is an online space for Jewish conversation among Greater Rhode Island’s 20′s, 30′s and early 40 somethings—a place where Jews our own age can say what is on their minds, share their life experiences and engage with one another. The blog includes stories, upcoming events, news, and everything in between.
Clusters are peer-led groups of Jewish young adults who create community through the pursuit of a common interest. Clusters are overseen by (401)j, but are organized, coordinated and led by a community member. Current Cluster groups:
Do you have an idea for a cluster? Let us know, and we’ll help you make it happen!
Contact Erin Moseley, Director of Arts & Culture and Next Gen Engagement, at 401.421.4111 ext. 108 or firstname.lastname@example.org.