Originally published by WCPO Cincinnati
A generation ago, most Jews in the Tri-State region lived in just a few neighborhoods, mainly Roselawn or Avondale.
Most of them connected with other Jews at Saturday worship services at synagogues.
Today, Jews live in half-dozen ZIP codes scattered throughout Cincinnati, and attendance at worship services isn't as regular. Marriages with people of other religions are more common.
For these reasons, it's harder for young adult Jews to connect with each other. That's why a group called Beyond 2020, in partnership with the Jewish Federation of Cincinnati, plans to build a website specifically for Jews between 21 and 45 to connect. More >