Dating hawaii jewish service
Mazal Tov, is the evolution of JMatch, now newer and better!is where marriage minded Jewish singles come to find true love.Members describe in detail their Jewish background, ancestry, participation in Jewish causes, their commitment to Israel and the Jewish people.All Jewish religious affiliations are welcomed and respected. Devora Alouf, our love-coach, counselor and chief matchmaker, oversees the entire network with her talent and energy.To tell you about Lily’s Bat Mitzvah (ceremony in which person accepts the privileges and obligations of an adult Jew), I need to start with a word about Honolulu and its Jewish community.We are 860,000 people on the island of Oahu, with as many as 10,000 Jews in five congregations–two Reform temples, a Conservative Shul, the Aloha Jewish Chapel, and Chabad.A traditional Jewish wedding takes place under the (Seven Blessings) are recited. Less traditional weddings may or may not include all these elements.
We provide the wedding ceremony and the the kosher wine and a glass to break.The majority of the populace of the island is Asian: Japanese, Chinese, Korean, etc. And about a third of the island is “blended,” with offspring representing some of the most beautiful children anywhere in the world.Jews first came to Hawaii in the 1800s as traders, bringing with them a Torah (now in the possession of Temple Emanu-El).Lily got her Hebrew name “Lilach” at Temple Emanu-El in Beverly Hills, California, and her Japanese name “So-me” at the same service.So-me was one of our first Japanese relatives to come to Honolulu around 1890.