Rabbis Without Borders
This evening begins Yom Hashoah, Holocaust Remembrance Day. It is a day set aside to remember the experience of the ...
The convert was in New South Wales. And the rabbis on the beit din were in Georgia, Tennessee, New York and New Mexico.
To have fully egalitarian practices must we have the same standards for both boys and girls?
Celebrating a bar or bat mitzvah is a unique and special time in the life of a child, family and community. ...
It took a Protestant pastor from Reston, Virginia to introduce me to my Palestinian neighbors. It happened two years ago, and it changed my life.
The season of teshuvah is for thinking and feeling, but mainly as springboards for action
The month of Elul ushers in a season of repentance and forgiveness, but it's not always so simple.
Elul, which initiates the holiday countdown, is more than just a calendric alarm clock.
This Jewish month is the doorway to the High Holy Days of awe, meaning, introspection and transformation.
Too often rabbis say either what we think people need to hear or what we feel obligated to share.
Shavuot has become the Rodney Dangerfield of Jewish holidays.
We don't agree on politics and we don't agree on religion, and we talk about them all the time.
The High Holidays are the worst days to experience the personality and atmosphere of a synagogue.
Judaism is masterful at balancing the playful and the serious, and so much of life is about that balance as well.
To keep your resolution, you may need to change your environment.