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The author's wife and two sons in front of a Japanese holy site

My family and I recently spent two and a half weeks backpacking through Japan.

Rabbi Anthony Fratello
Full view of Western Wall and surrounding area

Kehillat Yuval in Gedera, Israel, founded seven years ago, is my spiritual home without walls. We don’t have a permanent building.

Rabbi Myra Hovav
woman holding small child wearing a yarmulke in her lap during worship services

Engaging with a synagogue community can be enriching and rewarding.

Rabbi Denise L. Eger
Four red wooden lounge chairs facing the water on the beach

For many people, Shabbat is a distinctive day throughout every season of the year.

Jane E. Herman
Canadian and American flags flying; blue sky and white clouds in the background

In the U.S. and Canada, Independence Day is almost upon us!

Rabbi Lance J. Sussman, Ph.D.
Leadership spelled out in cubes with letters on them

In this week’s Torah portion, parashat Korach, Moses and Aaron face a rebellion.

Alden Solovy
Rows of hand-knit yarmulkes with Stars of David on them

As Jews, we put our hearts, souls, and minds into the rituals and customs our tradition values.

Rabbi P.J. Schwartz

Outdoor services offering kid-friendly, informal or abbreviated worship, and camp-style music are popular during the summer.

Jane E. Herman
Congregants standing in sanctuary

I’ve often been taught that as the people of Israel, named after our forefather, we are meant to struggle with God.

Moriah Benjoseph

Singer-songwriter Neshama Carlebach has sold more than a million records.

Aron Hirt-Manheimer

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