Conversion to Judaism Resource Center

Conversion to Judaism Home Page


Welcome to the Conversion to Judaism Home Page, the web site of the Conversion to Judaism Resource Center. The Center provides information and advice to people who are considering converting to Judaism and to those who have converted. Members of the Advisory Board of the Conversion to Judaism Resource Center include:

Rabbi Celso Cukierkorn, Rabbi Bradley Shavit Artson, Rabbi Rachel Cowan, Dr. Nan Fink, Dr. David Gordis, Rabbi Irving Greenberg, Yossi Klein Halevi, Dr. Edward Hoffman, Dr. Walter Jacob, Professor Julius Lester, Patti Moskovitz, Rabbi Barbara Penzner, Lena Romanoff, Susan Weidman Schneider, Rabbi Harold Schulweis, Rabbi Alan Silverstein, Rabbi Neal Weinberg, Professor Zvi Zohar and Outreach Director Barbara Shair.

We recommend the new book by Rabbi Celso Cukierkorn for anyone who is interested in Judaism:

Secrets of Jewish Wealth Revealed!

by Rabbi Celso Cukierkorn

This site contains:
Should I Convert to Judaism?
How to Discuss Conversion to Judaism
Conversion: A Guide For Jewish Parents
The Conversion Process
How to Tell People About Your Conversion to Judaism
The Differences Between Judaism and Christianity
Learning Jewish Culture
Converting Infants and Children to Judaism: A Guide For Parents
Conversion to Judaism: Some Real Stories
Why the Jewish People Should Welcome Converts
Articles about jewish conversion
An Open Letter to Jews By Choice
The Movements in Judaism
A Guide For the Conversion to Judaism Activist
How to Organize a Congregational Keruv (Outreach) Committee
How to Publicize a Conversion to Judaism Class
A Guide to Jewish Books and Videos
A Brief List of Books About Conversion to Judaism
Links to Jewish sites



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