Greater Cleveland


jHUB provides new ways for interfaith couples and families to comfortably explore, discover and personalize the meaning of Jewish culture and values in the modern world. We are here to help you navigate life’s challenges in a comfortable place – at your own pace. We aren’t big on labels at jHUB. Our goal isn’t to find the right box for you to fit into. We just want to hear your story. There’s no pressure. Just a cup of coffee and a conversation. It’s a great way to get to know you better and to help connect you to what you may be seeking.

Please contact Rabbi Melinda Mersack, director, who is always looking for new program ideas and would be glad to meet you!

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Information Call for the 2020 Bronfman Fellowship

October 24, 8:00PM

Join us for an information call about The Bronfman Fellowship on October 24 at 8 pm EST. Every year, twenty-six outstanding North American teenagers are selected as Bronfman Fellows. The highlight of the Fellowship is a free transformative and intellectually adventurous summer in Israel, where Fellows engage in thought-provoking study and conversation and make lifelong […]

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