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Trying to convert to Conservative Judaism.

I have given a great deal of thought to converting to Judaism for the past two years. I have been studying and trying to learn as much as I can independently. My job has caused me to move around quite a bit, so it was difficult to get connected to a congregation, especially since in some of the places I’ve lived many were hours away. I’m finally settled into an area I will likely be at longterm.

For a variety of reasons I want to pursue Conservative Judaism. I’m happy to elaborate if anyone wants me to. The nearest congregation to me is about 45 minutes away. I have been trying to get in touch with someone from the Synagogue to talk about conversion. I’ve emailed, called, you name it. Unfortunately, because of COVID they’re still online only at this time, so I can’t just stop by on Shabbat. I’m not sure what the best course of action is at this point, but I feel like I’m spiritually ready.

Any suggestions? Any suggestions are welcomed, thanks!

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