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February 25, 1994 - Image 118

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New York (JTA) — Only a
minority of American Jews
belong to a synagogue, one of
the most central institutions
in Jewish life, according to a
new study of synagogue af-
filiation.
And that minority of 39
percent who said they cur-
rently belong is actually
likely to be much smaller in
reality, according to the
study's authors, who say
that people who attend ser-
vices may say they are syn-
agogue members although
they do not pay dues.
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Cohen Center, said that
studies in communities corn-
paring survey responses to
questions about membership
with actual synagogue
membership have shown
that twice as many Jews say
they are synagogue mem-
bers than really are.
Even 43 percent of Jews
who consider being Jewish
to be very important in their
lives say they are not cur-
rently affiliated with a syn-
agogue.
Yet synagogue member-
ship and attendance are key
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Tobin and Gabriel Berger of
Brandeis University's
Cohen Center for Modern
Jewish Studies, is named
"Synagogue Affiliation:
Implications for the 1990s."
It is based on data gathered
from almost 2,500
households around the coun-
try as part of the 1990 Na-
tional Jewish Population
Survey.
The study reveals that just
one-quarter of American
Jews reported attending
services at least once a mon-
th.
One-third said they go on
the High Holy Days or a few
times a year, while another
23 percent go to synagogue
just on special occasions
related to rites of passage,
like a wedding.
These figures mean that
Jews are among the most
"un- churched" of Ameri-
cans, according to the study.
Polls of Christian Americans
have shown that about 40
percent of respondents say
they go to church at least
once a month.
Mr. Tobin, director of the

tial gateway into, other
aspects of Jewish identity.
Jews who are synagogue
members are markedly more
likely to participate actively
in other spheres of Jewish
life, according to the study.
Synagogue members are
more likely to volunteer for
Jewish organizations and
more likely to give ge-
nerously to Jewish and non-
Jewish causes than non-
members, the survey says.
The percentage of Jews
who belong to a synagogue
"includes the most activist
elements of American Jew-
ish society," said Mr. Tobin.
And, according to the
study, synagogue affiliation
leads to growth in Jewish
identity.
"While participation in
organized religion originates
as a private matter, it leads
progressively to an
expanding concern and
commitment to the larger
community of Jews," wrote
the authors.
The study's key findings
include the fact that Jews
ages 25- 34 are the least like-

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