We are so happy to welcome you to 92Y. Our health protocols have recently changed. Please read carefully before your visit.
Masks must be worn by everyone over the age of 2, regardless of vaccination status.
Adults and children age 5+ must show proof of vaccination upon arrival — see details below.
Children Ages 5-11:
Exceptions (Applies to All Patrons)
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Does not include service & handling fees, if applicable.
This workshop will explore the rituals of a Jewish wedding through an egalitarian framework.
Gather virtually to meet other couples in the same stage of life, connect with Rabbi Jen Gubitz, and spend some time focusing on how to build a meaningful wedding ceremony that reflects and honors your backgrounds and shared future. And remember, you don't have to be Jewish to be part of a Jewish family!
Modern JewISH Couples (MJC) supports committed couples on the pathway to partnership, marriage, and beyond. Founded by Rabbi Jen Gubitz, MJC expands the boundaries and barriers of Judaism to be inclusive of partners who identify as interfaith, intercultural, multiethnic, queer, atheist, or agnostic, “Jewish&”, “spiritual but not religious,” “Just Jewish,” and more. MJC provides supportive content, community and consultation that meets you where you are and helps you identify how you want to bring Judaism home. Learn more.
Online programs:An access link will be emailed to you after purchase
In-person programs:Proof of COVID-19 Vaccination is Required for all adults and children ages 12+. Proof of vaccination for children ages 5+ is required for certain programs. Learn more.
Masks must be worn at all times by everyone over the age of 2.
With her humor and insight, Rabbi Jen Gubitz builds communities and content that elevate Jewish wisdom’s capacity to speak to our human condition. A midwesterner at heart, Jen loves meeting new people, listening to their stories and helping them figure out how to bring Judaism into their lives …
With her humor and insight, Rabbi Jen Gubitz builds communities and content that elevate Jewish wisdom’s capacity to speak to our human condition. A midwesterner at heart, Jen loves meeting new people, listening to their stories and helping them figure out how to bring Judaism into their lives.
Jen is the co-host of the OMfG Podcast: Jewish Wisdom for Unprecedented Times and her writing appears in the Boston Globe, OnBeing, Lilith Magazine, and the Jewish Daily Forward. Learn more.