My journey to Judaism started long before I met my now-husband Bryan, but my interest in it deepened because of him and his Jewish heritage. I’ve always been interested in learning about my Japanese heritage, so when Bryan and I started discussing our future together, I was quietly interested in conversion early on.
A family member of my husband’s, whom I’ll call Devorah, recently told me that although I may have converted, “you will never think like a Jew.” At the time I didn’t say anything. This woman is an elder and I respect her opinion. But later I kept running that sentence through my head, and I realized […]
Why a patrilineal Jew decided to formally convert to Judaism (go to the mikveh, go before a beit din) even though she already felt Jewish.
Personal description of the conversion ritual and process in becoming a Jew.
We’re not trying to get you to convert–no pressure–this is just a good opportunity to answer questions you might have about conversion to Judaism.
A personal narrative of one woman who enters the conversion process and goes on to find her life’s work as a rabbi.
Being in an interfaith relationship or the child of an interfaith family presents specific opportunities and challenges in the conversion process.
Op-ed about the prejudice and rejection felt by young converts.