This beautiful booklet will explain the wonderful custom of welcoming daughters to our families and communities. Guiding you from the preparation and planning stages through to the specifics of the liturgy and ritual options available to you, this booklet is sure to be a helpful resource for all families.
How an unnecessarily mean mohel cast a dark shadow over a mother’s brightest day.
How to prepare for an Orthodox potluck and what kosher means for Orthodox Jews.
InterfaithFamily.com Announces InterfaithFamily/Chicago: A Pilot Initiative to Bring Comprehensive Programming Aimed at Engaging Interfaith Families Jewishly to Local Communities
Eventually, my son is going to notice that his cousins don’t go to Hebrew school, and that Daddy doesn’t come with us to High Holiday services. At some point he will ask about these differences.
Reprinted from TCJewfolk.com, one woman’s personal narrative about her struggles being a part of the Jewish community with her husband who is not Jewish.
Learn how to make a fun new fall cocktail for Sukkot.
A personal narrative about one woman’s guilty love for shellfish.
It’s not easy to choose Judaism–Jews should encourage people who do.
After converting to Judaism, Marcia finds she needs to learn the food language before she feels at home.