These interfaith families sent their kids to a Jewish overnight camp to create lifelong bonds, immerse themselves in Jewish culture, and give them a space to grow into their personalities with peers and staff who embrace everyone’s authenticity. They shared with jHUB why they decided camp was right for them and the valuable life lessons they had learned there so far.
With a bit of creativity and planning, Jewish families in Cleveland can conquer Thanksgiving and Hanukkah meal prep stress.
We want to share an interfaith love story from Israel with you. Meet Eshkar Kates, and learn about her interfaith grandparents' history. Their journey, which included rejection, showed Eshkar the importance of acceptance and self-advocacy.
jHUB's Communications and Project Manager Julia Fair wrote how her Jewish interfaith upbringing shaped her and brought her back to Cleveland.