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Following the recommendations on how to start the Keruv program discussed at a training session, a social worker was used as a facilitator for the first few meetings.
Following the introduction of the concept of “KERUV” at the 2001 FJMC Convention in Toronto, we began preparations for the format of the programme at our Shul. We wrote up the protocol and description, with the guidance of our Rabbi, Wayne Allen, and submitted that document to the FJMC. That plan was published in the “Let’s Talk About It” text (Page 75-76) and need not be restated here. The name chosen for the group was Rabbi Allen’s idea, since it described exactly what the issue is, and what our attitude ought to be. “MARRIED OUT but not OPTED OUT”.