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  • Rosh Hodesh--It's for Everyone

    By Diana Zankowsky

    A minor holiday with special resonance for women provides an opportunity to reach out to all members of the community, including non-Jewish women.

    Date: 01-09-2009
  • Guide To The High Holidays For Interfaith Families: Training for a Marathon of Repentance

    By InterfaithFamily

    Going to synagogue to pray all day when you don't usually go ever is like climbing a mountain after walking around the block once or twice.

    Date: 09-15-2009
  • Connecting to the 'Other,' Then Holding the Gates Wide Open

    By Leslie Hilgeman

    A rabbinical student from an interfaith family offers prayers for healing with coworkers from Haiti.

    Date: 02-24-2010
  • Teaching a Conversion Class

    By Diana Zankowsky

    When she entered an interfaith marriage, she never imagined that she would become this involved in her synagogue--to the point of facilitating a class for people interested in becoming Jewish.

    Date: 02-23-2009
  • Review of Reflections of a Loving Partner: Caregiving at the End of Life

    By David Levy

    Part memoir part how-to resource, this review highlights the wisdom of C. Andrew Martin's book on end of life care.

    Date: 06-17-2011
  • A Long Way Home

    By Deborah Susser

    Rabbi Yosef Garcia and Rabbi Albert Plotkin created a Ceremony of Return for a small group of descendants of conversos in Phoenix.

    Date: 11-06-2009
  • Out of the Desert

    By Sara Davies

    She always knew that her mother's family was Jewish and that her father's family wasn't, and didn't like Jews.

    Date: 07-15-2009
  • Songs From Both Sides

    By Dan Bindschedler

    A musical memorial service at his mother's childhood synagogue helped this young musician understand the impact of his childhood in an interfaith family on his spirituality.

    Date: 03-08-2010
  • Starting From Scratch

    By Stacey Palevsky

    His mother didn't want to burden him with Judaism, but Thomas Karatzas wanted to become bar mitzvah.

    Date: 11-13-2008
  • Variations on Making Shabbat

    By InterfaithFamily

    No two Jews have the same Shabbat rules. As long as you don't work on Shabbat, you're keeping the Sabbath.

    Date: 05-20-2009

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