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When Rabbi Gordon Bernat-Kunin founded an informal group dedicated to bringing together young Jewish adults to celebrate Shabbat, he named it Makor, meaning "source." Makor, which meets one Friday night a month in a participant's homes, is described by Bernat-Kunin as a "pluralistic grass-roots participatory community," whose goal is "to translate the spirit of Brandeis Collegiate Institute, Ramah, and summer camp into the city."

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