A resource sheet explaining who is considered a Jew according to Biblical times, the Jewish Movements, and in Israel
How to prepare for an Orthodox potluck and what kosher means for Orthodox Jews.
Judaism has numerous movements, or denominations, that cover the spectrum of Jewish practice, belief and community. Broadly, the four most significant movements in the United States are Reform, Reconstructionist, Conservative and Orthodox. The following links, in alphabetical order, provide an introduction to each denomination, including its practices and beliefs and views on intermarriage and conversion. […]
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A mother describes what happens after her daughter leaves Jewish pre-school and why she thinks joining a synagogue is the answer.
An interview with Greg Epstein, Married at First Sight‘s spiritual advisor
Rabbis share their synagogues’ policies on who can be a member and what roles someone who is not Jewish can play in synagogue leadership.
IFF/Your Community asks local rabbis what their synagogues’ policies are on people who are not Jewish opening the ark.
Rabbis from IFF/Your Communities share their synagogues’ policies on which parents’ names are included in a child’s Hebrew name during an aliyah.
Rabbis at different synagogues answer this question about who can light candles during services