Why adding a jump broom to our ceremony is so meaningful
How one family decided which synagogue to join and send their daughter to religious school
Professional view from a rabbi describing, simply, the scholarsihp on whether The Last Supper was a Passover seder–it seems that it?wasn?t.
By Jacob Weis Anybody who has had even the most menial part in celebrating Christmas can probably acknowledge the beauty in it. Whether Jewish-Jewish or interfaith, families sometimes run in to the question of what they are “going to do about Christmas.” Part of the reason for this question is that people assume that celebrating Christmas […]
The first week of September I was privileged to introduce a discussion at Brandeis University between Anita Hill and Letty Cottin Pogrebin about faith, feminism and race. The discussion was framed by Pogrebin’s new book, Single Jewish Male Seeking Soul Mate. Without ruining the book for those who haven’t picked it up yet, the main […]
March 31, 2015 is a big day in my life and the life of InterfaithFamily, the organization I founded in 2001 and have led for the last fourteen years: Jodi Bromberg, IFF’s President for the last year and a half, will become CEO, and I will transition to a new Founder role. I hasten to […]
Go inside Season 5 Episode 9 where the story line of Atticus and Rose’s interfaith relationship comes to a head.
If you have never taken your children to visit the Chicago History Museum, June 9 is your day. The Chicago History Museum is a gem for us in Chicago. Visitors of all ages will find stories, information about their city, and fun and interactive exhibits. The museum is featuring a very special exhibit at this time called […]
Doesn’t it seem like Jews are always wishing each other a Happy New Year? That’s because the Hebrew calendar includes 4 different New Years!
Intermarriage isn’t new, although opinions have shifted over time. Discuss the history while examining why there have been such strong feelings against interfaith marriages in the Jewish community, why this desire exists to build fences, and where the idea that mixing with other cultures will destroy Judaism comes from.