Yvonne Eschner wants to help Interfaith couples avoid the heartbreak she experienced during the failure of her own marriage, due in part to religious and spiritual differences.
Israel is in my bones, and has been since my first trip there in 1978. Last month, when seven members of my congregation participated in the Maccabiah Games, I had to go.
The Evidence Room, an installation on view at the Royal Ontario Museum, is a stunning reminder of how difficult it is to prove criminal intent – in this case, the planned systematic murder of 6 million Jews.
Learn how author Anita Diamant got started as a writer, what's new in Jewish ritual and practice, and what these changes mean in North America's liberal Jewish community.
As we turn to the start of a new Jewish year, perhaps we can be inspired by the all-too-familiar customer satisfaction survey to evaluate our spiritual lives.
This is liberal Judaism on the edge: Flinging doors open wide to those who would otherwise be left behind. The community is a voice of Judaism that is open to all who seek it.
Now a Jewish professional, my basketball experiences were formative. Skills in motivation, mentoring, management, and interpersonal relationships cultivated on the court impact my Jewish work.
When big news develops during camp, campers and staff have space to explore the issues and share perspectives openly in communities of mutual Jewish concern.
Selichot is the overture for our High Holidays, a chance to focus on meaning, tradition, faith, and striving to reach that spot in the heart where no one else can go.