Stacey & Jason: Everyone Feels Welcome at Beth El

Categories: 100 Reasons, Community Voices
 

This week’s 100 Reasons post features Beth El members Stacey and Jason Cobb:

Stacey: I grew up going to Beth El but moved away for college and met Jason. We belonged to a synagogue in Columbus, OH prior to moving back here.

Jason: The rabbi I took my conversion classes with went to rabbinical school with Rabbi Alex.

Stacey: It worked out well.  We moved back here, we were married by Rabbi Alex and joined Beth El and have been here ever since.

Jason: The thing I like best about Beth El is how inclusive the community is here. You never have to feel different, even if you weren’t raised Jewish.

Stacey: Our kids really enjoy coming and ask us to bring them all the time.  Ga Ga is a big draw!

 

100 Reasons is a new blog series featuring members of our diverse and delightful congregational family.  We are celebrating Beth El’s 100th anniversary this year with 100 stories, 100 memories, 100 reasons to join us! If you would like to add your story or memory to the blog, please contact Nancy Langer.

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