Conversion to Judaism: frequently asked questions Available in on-screen reading friendly (PDF) and printer-friendly, downloadable (PDF) versions. For more booklets, visit our Booklets for People in Interfaith Relationships page. Conversion is a very significant and personal decision. While there are as many questions — and answers! — as there are stars in the sky, we’ve tried to address some of the more freqently asked questions. In Conversion to Judaism: frequently asked questions, our newly redesigned booklet, we offer clear, non-judgmental answers to the questions we’ve been asked most frequently over the years. Questions including: Does Judaism seek converts? Why would someone convert? How do I know if Judaism is right for me? If I become a Jew, how will I relate to my family? If I decide Judaism is for me, what do I do to become a Jew? How will I know when I’m ready to convert? Are there different requirements for conversion among the Jewish denominations? And more… This beautiful booklet is sure to be a helpful resource for all seekers. Consider having it on hand for individuals to take from a bulletin board or brochure rack — somewhere they can take it, when just becoming curious, without having to ask for it. But keep some on hand, too, to give to those who approach you with questions.