This is more of a personal question, but undoubtedly applicable for anyone in my situation.

I am a Noachide, and I will not convert to Judaism any time soon because the obligation upon men is way too burdensome for me to handle, to the point where I could not honestly convert with a clean conscious, knowing full well that I would have every intention to skip every morning prayer. (They drive me insane and make me extremely depressed and bored, while subsequently being angry at myself that I hate and despise them.)

Trouble is, there is no community of Noachides that I can find, and I am getting up there in age, and without a community, there are no mates. The first law in the Torah is given to all mankind, to be fruitful and multiply, and so I am getting really angry at myself for not fulfilling this commandment.

And the problem with the Jewish Community is that I obviously can not be marrying Jewish girls, because again; I could never be an honest convert, and I would assume that is a prohibition for Jewish Women, so I would not want to be leading them into sin.

Growing up Protestant, I have not set foot in Churches since I found out that it is considered idolatry (although I think most Christians today would detest the idea of using a cross as an idol, but that is neither here nor there). As a result, I have no community to speak of, and it is kind of killing me inside. I left behind my Protestant community a long time ago, and the odds of running into a good woman on the streets is virtually nil.

So I was thinking to myself: I am a Noachide, how about starting to attend an Orthodox Christian Church, so maybe I could actually find a good G-d-fearing woman?

And if that is prohibited, what other choices do I have in an increasingly secular society?

  • Some Noahide communities and further resources are listed here: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Noahidism#External_links
    – SAH
    May 21, 2017 at 4:58
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    Good luck to you. I hope you get some sound and helpful ideas here.
    – msh210
    May 21, 2017 at 5:49
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    An Orthodox Christian church probably would not reap any woman better than one from a Protestant congregation.
    – ezra
    May 21, 2017 at 6:27
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    Hi I know rabbi Amos sherki (the rabbi I most respect :-) )has a community abroad. Here is his site en.noahideworldcenter.org any way good luck and warm hugs!
    – Tomer
    May 21, 2017 at 17:58
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    @Akiva - Protestant theology is closer to the views of Judaism; thus they would have an easier time adapting. By the way, their are some pretty conservative protestant churches out their, you just have to look. Also, do not think I am trying to lead you down the path towards Christianity again, I'm just offering some advice.
    – ezra
    May 22, 2017 at 15:03

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Seattle, Washington has a number of Noachides. There was an active community that I was involved with in the past. It may still be active today.


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