By Rabbi Howard A. Berman
Experience an interactive Cyber-Sabbath service from the Society for Classical Reform Judaism.
By Rabbi Jacques Cukierkorn
Being deeply committed to officiating at interfaith ceremonies, and standing in solidarity with a couple throughout the process of their wedding, as well as the ongoing journey that follows, opens the door for a life long relationship.
By Rabbi Mayer W. Selekman
What has become perfectly clear is that more and more congregations are finding ways to embrace and engage their entire congregational family, including the intermarried among them.
By Marina Williams
A personal narrative about the author's daughters' naming ceremonies bringing her closer to her Catholic family.
By Rabbi Steven Carr Reuben
Be there while your Jewish partner makes Shabbat blessings and add meaning in your own language.
Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur are the most popular times of year for Jews to go to synagogue, but they also present an atypical synagogue experience.
How can you find a spiritual practice in Judaism, whether you came from a Jewish background or grew up in another religious tradition? We offer some ideas and resources.
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 Nancy Thompson Brown
An interfaith family discovers the joys of Purim with their young daughters - and figures out proper synagogue etiquette.
By Tom Tugend
Reprinted news article about a joint synagogue-church project to purchase trees to be used first as Christmas trees, then for Tu Bishvat, and then to be planted in a public park.