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.
Discussion of the author's contemporary celebration of the New Year of the Trees.
Are you afraid to open your mouth in Jewish settings because you don't know what to say? We can help!
My parents had seen hatred and cruelty and had been on the receiving end of anti-Semitism. They were forever grateful to live in America.
A guide for small groups of interfaith couples and families who want to “do Jewish” and celebrate an interactive Shabbat dinner together.
The most intriguing messages of Shavuot--Intermarriage! Open borders! Socialism!--don't get advertised because they don't follow today's approved script.
Feast of Weeks? What does that mean? Here's a handy pamphlet to print or email to friends that explains a holiday with special meaning for interfaith families.
As I laughed at the jokes and yelled at Haman, I realized something--I was fitting in. The folks in that room were as passionate as I was about reconciling their religion with their sexuality. I was at a Jewish event, but I was surrounded by other queers and we were having a blast.
This album would make a great gift to non-Jewish friends to whom I'd like to introduce some of the wonders of Shabbat.
New to synagogues? We hope this guide will help you find a good community for your interfaith family.