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!
By Jo Ellen Green Kaiser
She got involved in the gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender synagogue because she loves liturgy--and found a community committed to including her interfaith, straight family.
By Marion L. Usher
Professional view on the meaning of intermarriage and interfaith families for American Jewry: rather than seeing the intermarried as "lost" or a "threat", the author sees them as a pool of "immigrants" who should be hel
What are the High Holidays? This resource guide gives an overview.
By Rachel Freedenberg
A charismatic rabbi reaches out to unaffiliated Jews in Los Angeles with an innovative, open community.
Our booklet explaining the High Holy Days, what to expect, their customs and traditions, from Rosh Hashanah through Yom Kippur.
By Lynn B. Edelman
A community leader in an interfaith marriage directs a huge consciousness-raising Shabbat to make Jewish institutions in her area more welcoming.