How does one explore or become acquainted with Jewish Science?

The first step is to attend Jewish Science services on a regular, weekly basis. In addition, the articles in the monthly magazine, “The Interpreter”, and the texts available are a wonderful written resource for self-help and study. These works are available through the administrative offices in New York City and chapters authorized by the Society. A listing of approved groups is available from New York as well. For additional information, contact the Society of Jewish Science, The Center for Applied Judaism; 109 East 39th Street; New York, NY 10016. (212) 682-2626.