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  • Different Ways of Welcome

    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!

    Date: 03-05-2010
  • A Prayerbook to Welcome Everyone

    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.

    Date: 11-20-2009
  • What Interfaith Families Want from the Established Jewish Community

    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

    Date: 07-31-2006
  • Guide To The High Holidays For Interfaith Families: Introduction and Table of Contents

    By InterfaithFamily

    What are the High Holidays? This resource guide gives an overview.

    Date: 08-01-2012
  • A Welcoming Community No One Can Join

    By Rachel Freedenberg

    A charismatic rabbi reaches out to unaffiliated Jews in Los Angeles with an innovative, open community.

    Date: 05-15-2009
  • High Holy Days: the Basics

    Our booklet explaining the High Holy Days, what to expect, their customs and traditions, from Rosh Hashanah through Yom Kippur.

    Date: 08-01-2012
  • 52 Synagogues, One Goal

    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.

    Date: 11-03-2008
  • Guide to the Synagogue for Interfaith Couples and Families: Glossary

    By InterfaithFamily

    New to synagogues? We hope this guide will help you feel ready to be comfortable at your next Jewish event.

    Date: 10-30-2009
  • Bonhoeffer Was Rare Pastor to Resist Nazis

    By Michael Fox

    Review of Forthcoming PBS special about a German Protestant pastor who stood up to the Nazis but  wouldn’t preside over the funeral of his twin sister’s father-in-law, who was of Jewish ancestry.

    Date: 06-18-2007
  • Growing in Inclusivity

    By Miriam Steinberg-Egeth

    Several names for our new Saturday morning prayer group got rejected under the rationale of "I donít think everyone in my family could pronounce that."

    Date: 08-01-2012

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