Why my role as a Japanese American convert to Judaism is invaluable
Events and activities focused on interfaith couples in the greater Philadelphia area
Becky isn’t expecting her fiance’s response to her Christmas tree opposition
A woman in an interfaith marriage meets a woman from a different kind of mixed marriage: a Red Sox fan married to a Yankees fan
By Kelly Banker The moon has recently become new, and therefore our Jewish calendar has just transitioned to the month of Av, one of my favorite months of the year. Av is a time to celebrate love and to recognize destruction in our histories and in our world. I appreciate this duality, the way that […]
As the new year approaches, I’ve been thinking back over the past year—particularly about certain terms I’ve heard used in 2014 that bother me. Following are three terms I hope to hear less of in 2015. NON-JEW: While “non-Jew” is an easy short-hand term and it’s clear what it means, this term can be offensive. […]
Five tips for planning and preparing for Passover as an interfaith couple.
The tough decisions made at two life cycle events, four months apart, as told by the rabbi who officiated at both the wedding and the funeral.
Professional View of rabbi who believes it is important to have Judaism in a couple’s life at their time of marriage, and that a rabbi’s officiating at their wedding is the best way to link them to Judaism.
Review of a film about two intermarried couples, one of whom fights over whether or not their baby son will be circumcised.