Before anyone could swipe a dating app to pursue a potential partner, Dave Luddington and Maddy Widen found each other online. The year was 2010.
At jHUB, we look to provide a new way for interfaith couples and families to comfortably explore, discover and personalize the meaning of Jewish culture and values in the modern world. Our approach is actively non-judgmental — always cognizant of the sensitivities of those seeking our services, and responsive — committed to delivering the best possible answer for each individual and their family.
We aren’t big on labels at jHUB. Our goal isn’t to ﬁnd the right box for you to ﬁt into, or us for that matter. We just want to hear your story and think you should hear ours too.
With a bit of creativity and planning, Jewish families in Cleveland can conquer Thanksgiving and Hanukkah meal prep stress.
jHUB’s Communications and Project Manager Julia Fair wrote how her Jewish interfaith upbringing shaped her and brought her back to Cleveland.