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  • 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
  • In the Mix: Same Sex, Different Faith

    By Julie Wiener

    It's easier to be a non-Jew raising Jewish children when your partner is a Jewish mother.

    Date: 12-08-2008
  • Raising a Jewish Child

    By Leah Oppenzato

    My Catholic wife first suggested raising our children Jewish before we were even married. That conversation was the start of our path.

    Date: 02-05-2009
  • Shabbat in the Synagogue

    By InterfaithFamily

    Part of the Guide to Shabbat for Interfaith Families.

    Date: 05-20-2009
  • Finding a Welcoming Community By Building It

    By Michael Felsen

    They didn't believe in religion, but they did believe in Jewishness--here's how they found a welcoming community.

    Date: 07-10-2008
  • Non-Jews As Officers in Reform Temples: A Live Issue

    By Debra Rubin

    After some discussion, a Reform temple in New Jersey decided that they should not have non-Jews as officers. What do you think they should have done?

    Date: 06-12-2009
  • Survey: Reform Synagogue Leaders Out of Touch With Members

    By Sue Fishkoff

    News story about new survey revealing the disconnect between the leadership and the members of Reform synagogues.

    Date: 12-06-2007
  • Under-40 Set Embraces Observance

    By Sue Fishkoff

    News story about a survey of under-40 Reform Jews reveals they are more observant than their older counterparts.

    Date: 12-06-2007
  • An Empty Nest In A New Tree

    By Paula C. Yablonsky

    Though her daughter is in college and they have left their beloved synagogue, Paula and her husband continue to build a Jewish life together.

    Date: 11-07-2008
  • Create Your Own Community--Three Welcoming Examples

    By Nina Amir Lacey

    Some interfaith families live too far from the closest synagogue to visit regularly, or the synagogues nearby aren't welcoming to interfaith families, or they don't meet anyone's spiritual needs. Sometimes starting your own interfaith-friendly Jewish community is the solution.

    Date: 01-25-2010

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