By Nina Amir Lacey
Outreach experts tell parents in interfaith families how to introduce Yom Kippur to their children
By Rabbi Steven Carr Reuben
Essay from a rabbi arguing that the High Holidays are a bad way to introduce a non-Jewish partner to Judaism, but the cultural aspects of the holidays can be an opportunity for interfaith families.
By Rabbi Arthur P. Nemitoff
Professional view from a rabbi about the basic tenets of the three major Fall Jewish holidays, Rosh Hashanah, Yom Kippur, and Sukkot.
By Sue Fishkoff
News article about synagogues in different movements holding free High Holidays services.
By Leonard Felder
Especially for the many Jews who rarely attend Shabbat services during the rest of the year, there is a feeling of outsiderness and discomfort as a result of being outnumbered by people who seem to know the prayers, rituals, and melodies with so much familiarity.
By Yosef Abramowitz
Professional advice for how and when to ask for forgiveness from yourself and others around Yom Kippur.
By Elizabeth Meyer
I had heard about fasting and all the rules and I was not at all sure I should be participating in this serious holiday I knew very little about.
What are the High Holidays? This resource guide gives an overview.
By Andrea Marks Carneiro
An easy-to-prepare seven-dish menu for the High Holidays.
By Birger Stamperdahl
A non-Jewish dad in an interfaith family likes the way Judaism shapes his parenting, most of the time--but not as much on the liturgy-rich Jewish New Year.