The 2015 Greater Boston Jewish Community Study reveals startling changes in our community since the last study 10 years ago—re-urbanization, significant shifts in denominational affiliation, broad-based Israel travel (74 percent of all young adults!) and an array of engagement patterns. Overall it shows a breadth of diversity suggesting a vitality of Jewish life both strong and reimagined.
Read the CJP Overview and Cohen Center report below, find a multitude of perspectives reflected by our commentating bloggers here and then join the conversation. We want to hear how you fit in to this vibrant ecosystem and what the data reveal to you.
For information about the 2005 Community Study, click here.
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