Orthodox Millennials: Understanding the New Generation

In this section, we define millennials as those born between 1982 and 2002. While we strive in the pages ahead to analyze the characteristics of millennials and how they impact Orthodox Jewish life, we are cognizant of the fact that the analyses are based on generalizations. The study of various generations is never an exact science and obviously, there will always be exceptions to the rule.

Photos in this section courtesy of Kruter Photography

Rethinking Orthodox Millennials: A Conversation with Rabbi Ilan Haber

A Shul of One: Defining Orthodox Millennials by Avidan Milevsky

The Millennial Community by Efrem Goldberg

Sidebar: Digital Dating by Dovid Cohen

Filling the Empty Self: A Challenge for Millennials by Aharon Hersh Fried

In Their Own Words: Millennials Speak about….

Sidebar: Why Aliyah Speaks to Millennials by Sarah Kantor



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This article was featured in the Fall 2016 issue of Jewish Action.
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