Curious about conversion? With Rabbi Nora, dive into Jewish sources on conversions, examine depictions of conversions and Jews-by-choice in pop culture, and discuss how and why individuals have converted to Judaism—and how they’ve been received by Jews—across time.
With Margaret Glaspy
With his sophomore album Shape & Destroy, the Nashville-based artist documents his experience maintaining sobriety and finally facing the demons that led him to drug abuse in the first place.
With Rabbi Aaron
This inclusive service led by Rabbi Aaron and musicians Aaron Shneyer, Jeff Geld, and Sarah Fredrick blends contemporary and traditional elements for an experience that feels both familiar and fresh.
Resting Our Anxious Minds, Renewing our Weary Souls
Yael Shy and Sarah Hurwitz lead an afternoon of meditation and learning to help you relax your body and mind and connect more deeply to yourself.
In North African countries, the seventh night of Chanukah is known as the Festival of the Daughters, a celebration of Judith, the Jewish heroine who defeated the Assyrians using nothing but cheese latkes and a big knife. In honor of this feminist holiday, follow along with Chef Vered Guttman as she prepares a diverse array of Chanukah classics from around the world.
In Conversation with Hanna Rosin
From the model, actress, entrepreneur, activist, and global social media phenomenon comes My Body, a profoundly personal exploration of feminism, sexuality, and power.
Whether you’re tying the knot yourself, have been asked to officiate a friend’s big day, or simply want to be an intentional and well-researched guest at an upcoming wedding, Rabbi Aaron answers everything you’ve ever wanted to know about Jewish wedding ceremonies.
With Ally Venable
Hailed as one of the defining blues voices of his generation, the GRAMMY-nominated artist showcases one-of-a-kind guitar and vocal skills on his second album, 662, featuring songs that reflect on his experiences in and away from his home in the Mississippi Delta.
With Rabbi Nora
This inclusive service led by Rabbi Nora and musicians Aaron Shneyer and Sarah Fredrick blends contemporary and traditional elements for an experience that feels both familiar and fresh.