Habari Gani? How My Family is Melding Kwanzaa and Hanukkah Customs
How I Follow the Maccabees' Lead at Hanukkah
What could be a more fitting commemoration of Hanukkah than promoting dialogue about the value of respecting the boundary between religious practice and public life?
Teach (and Practice) a New Jewish Value Each Night of Hanukkah
8 Books to Give as Gifts This Hanukkah
Looking for a good book to give your favorite bibliophile this Hanukkah? Staff of the Union for Reform Judaism recommend a few of their favorites, whether classics or new, that would make for great gifts. What would you add to the list?
InLight: How Cross-Religious Encounters Can Light Up the Darkest Time of Year
During the current Hebrew month of Kislev (November and December), we will celebrate Hanukkah, Christmas, and Diwali, a Hindu festival of lights, together here in southern Israel.
Welcoming Interfaith Families at the Holidays and Beyond
There are many creative ways to include all members of an interfaith family and those connected to them.
Hanukkah Debuts in 19th-Century America
When German Jews arrived in the United States in the middle of the 19th century, they devoted scant time to Hanukkah and directed more attention to Christmas.
Bring Tzedek into Hanukkah Giving
This winter holiday season we have started to see a trend that could come to be known as the “revolt against Black Friday.” Black Friday sales fell this year by $1 billion dollars, or 10% compared to last year. Certain stores even cl
Hanukkah Craft: Make Your Own Oil Lanterns
The White House Hosts Its Annual Hanukkah Party with a Big Reform Presence
The White House hosted its annual Hanukkah party last night, inviting representatives from the American Jewish community to join the first family in celebrating the Festival of Lights.