With the obsession that today’s media has with youth and appearance, you could be forgiven for thinking that it’s only the young who are looking for companionship, that dating is a young person’s game. Which of the following images do you think the media is more likely to use to accompany an article on online dating? At the same time, more older adults over 55 find themselves single and looking, either through divorce or the tragic loss of a husband or wife they loved for many years.
We are all living decades longer than we once did, and are staying fitter, healthier (and in some cases, friskier) further into our wisdom years than ever before.
If you're looking to become part of an active and warm community of young Jewish adults, consider hanging out with this group.
They also maintain a private email list of 20s & 30s event announcements.
Activities are planned with Jewish singles and young couples from ages 23 to 40 in mind. 617-457-8586 Pathways provides access to quality Jewish learning opportunities for the young adult community in the Greater Boston area.
Our events provide a creative forum for young men and women ages 22-40 to study.
617-566-3960 The Riverway Project is a bold and expansive outreach initiative that seeks to connect greater numbers of adults in their 20's and 30's to Judaism and to Temple Israel of Boston through a variety of programs.
These include worship services, dinners, discussions, neighborhood events, and more.
617-864-6388 This is the "post-college, pre-kindergarten" segment of the Temple Beth Shalom of Cambridge community (also known as the Tremont Street Shul).
The group holds a variety of activities throughout the year, geared toward singles AND couples in the Cambridge/Somerville area – from Shabbat dinners to weeknight "Dine & Discuss" events to social gatherings.