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.
By Paula C. Yablonsky
Op-ed from a convert arguing why and how the Jewish community should be welcoming to outsiders.
New to synagogues? We hope this guide will help you find a good community for your interfaith family.
An overview of Jewish spirituality in synagogues, and the challenges involved.
By Rachel Mauro
This child of an interfaith family is choosing a different kind of Jewish community than her parents did.
By Joe Eskenazi
News story about a rabbi in San Francisco whose wife, a convert, inspired him to become a rabbi.
By Rabbi Peter J. Rubinstein
An opinion/editorial article discussing what makes a couple "interfaith" and how their children should be taught religion.
By Debbie Burton
She was stunned to discover that the Jewish community that welcomed her warmly did not consider her a member.
By Julie Wiener
Reprinted news article about how Judaism’s Conservative movement envisions its future and its main challenge: to be "simultaneously more demanding and more welcoming," including increased emphasis on programs of outreach to the i
By Dana Reynolds
In New Mexico, they loved their Reform synagogue. In Richmond, they found a different kind of welcome at Chabad. Hey, whatever works!