Learn about the holiday of Tu B'Av, the Valentine's Day of Israel.
In this video, a family shares Jewish pre-meal rituals for Friday nights.
A daughter of a Methodist minister, now married to a Jewish man and raising Jewish children, finds meaning in the quick Havdalah ceremony that marks the end of the Sabbath and start of the new week.
If the Book of Ruth, text customarily studied on Shavuot, were written with today's interfaith couples in mind...
As we read and honor Ruth's journey at Shavuot, we can reflect and honor our own unique paths. Celebrate your marriages, honor the wisdom of your ancestors and give gratitude for your abundance.
Advice from Rabbi Gil Marks about meaningful activities for celebrating Shavuot, including surrounding yourself with nature; eating grains, fruits, and dairy meals; and discussing the meaning of freedom on this holiday when God gave the Ten Commandments.
The story of Ruth is so often used to show that welcoming "strangers," converts, is ingrained in Jewish text. This test also includes the story of Orpah, however, who turned back and did not join the Jews.
Introduction to the blessings for our children, families, partners, and more, for Shabbat, from our Guide to Shabbat and Havdalah for Interfaith Families.
Ideas for celebrating Shabbat with a busy modern family, plus recipes.
Review of Laurel Snyder's Baxter, the Pig Who Wanted to Be Kosher. A story about a confused pig - and inclusivity.