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.
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.
By Wendy Spears
It matters to her to be part of a community that welcomes interfaith families.
By Doree Burstein
This is the story of how a family consisting of an Jewish-agnostic dad and a non-Jewish mom came to join a Reform temple.
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.
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.
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.
An overview of Jewish holiness, including Jewish blessings, Jewish rituals, reading Torah and doing mitzvot.
An overview of ways you can perform mitzvot, including observing Shabbat, doing Jewish rituals and showing hospitality.
By Debbie Burton
In college, Debbie's only connection to Judaism was her boyfriend. At her 25th reunion, she was Jewish, and she wanted all her Jewish college classmates to know.