A Rabbi Walks Into a Megachurch

Jews don't tend to have mega-churches. First of all, we're a small population. The Sunday attendance at one mega-church could well be greater than the entire Jewish population of a mid-sized city.

In fact, I had that feeling two weeks ago when I spoke at a mega-church in Grand Rapids, Michigan. The Jewish population of the city does not match the more than 2,000 people who gathered there that morning.

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