Be honest with yourself and with your kids about why you're celebrating what you're celebrating.
Suggestions for how to celebrate Hanukkah (Chanukah) and Christmas in interfaith families, including volunteering, doing both and celebrating one at home and one at relatives'.
Overview of Hanukkah foods, including sufganyot, Hanukkah gelt and links to latke recipes.
Overview of Hanukkah symbols, like the dreidel and the menorah.
Part of A Guide to Hanukkah and the December Dilemma for Interfaith Families.
A section of A Guide to Hanukkah and the December Dilemma for Interfaith Families: The story of Hanukkah is a story of a revolution in the service of religious freedom.
Her mother-in-law really wanted her son's family to have a Christmas tree, so she chopped one down for them herself.
I've realized that this is my religion, or at least a major part of it--my family, and our own traditions--the meshugah life of a Jew who wholeheartedly celebrates Christmas.
A Christian dad decides that his son's experience of Judaism is more important than having a Christmas tree.
Essay arguing that Hanukkah and Christmas are linked by their shared celebration of the power of God to change human history.