A video showing one family's Friday night Shabbat rituals leading up to the dinner meal.
By Rich Geller
Observed at home, Passover is a great time to give kids a starring role.
By Galit Breen
A great way to encourage everyone, young and old, Jewish or not, to participate in your Passover seder.
By Rabbi Steven J. Lebow
A rabbi's perspective tutoring a bar mitzvah student for his bar mitzvah, and how they worked with his different learning styles.
By Amanda Koppelman Milstein
A mom explains Jewish baby-naming customs as she explains how she and her husband chose their baby's name.
By Dr. Jeffrey Mazlin
A doctor and mohel (one who performs ritual circumcision) offers suggestions for interfaith couples approaching their baby's bris.
By Debra B. Darvick
A daughter of a Methodist minister, now married to a Jewish man and raising Jewish children, finds meaning in the quick Havdalah ceremony that marks the end of the Sabbath and start of the new week.
July 30, 2013 San Francisco enewsletter
By Rachel Ross
Eventually, my son is going to notice that his cousins donít go to Hebrew school, and that Daddy doesnít come with us to High Holiday services. At some point he will ask about these differences.
By Kathy Bloomfield
Apologizing (teshuva) and forgiveness (selicha) are a big part of the High Holiday season. Here are some children's books to get your family in the right frame of mind.