|RE: Religious Cohousing Communities||<– Date –> <– Thread –>|
|From: Rob Sandelin (robsanmicrosoft.com)|
|Date: Thu, 21 Jul 94 14:09 CDT|
Sandy Bodzin asked: If you or anyone you know is a traditional/observant Jew and is looking for a more meaningful community experience I'd be thrilled to talk all this over with you. I would recommend the book: Directory of Intentional Communities: A guide to cooperative living. 1991 Fellowship of Intentional Community. There is a new and updated edition to this coming out this fall???? I will post of its arrival and how to get the new edition. There will be several cohousing listings. The Directory lists a large number of religious communities, some are Jewish and many of which could offer insight to your questions. I know that the Wesleyan Community on Vashon Island in Washington is very much what you speak of. (Although not Jewish) Independently owned homes, Cooperative eating and religious service, a community house and school. (They are listed in the directory) Good luck on your journey Rob Sandelin Puget Sound Cohousing Network Building a better society, one neighborhood at a time.
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