It will not surprise anyone that Christianity is alive and well in the South.
Earlier this summer, Rabbi Joe Hample began writing a High Holiday sermon he can no longer deliver.
Having this conversation is going to save a life — and likely more than one.
As a rabbi, I want to do the right thing for my congregation. But what is the right thing?
Synagogues and JCCs across the country are grappling with vaccine requirements for in-person services and activities.
Our first president more than tolerated Colonial Jews, writing a historic letter to the warden of Touro Synagogue that resonates today.
“This is not a matter of putting up a sign: Black Lives Matter. It’s a matter of learning who we are.”
“Judaism and the Jewish people have survived for 2,000 years because we were able to adapt, and this is another moment of adaptation.”
The man, a self-described “skinhead” and former Ku Klux Klan member who used Facebook to promote white supremacy, was arrested last November fo…
As Israel and UAE makes peace, Dubai Jewish community flourishes