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Conversion is a very significant personal decision. If you or your partner is considering converting to Judaism — and are sick of the pressure to convert from other corners of the Jewish community — you've come to the right place. Explore InterfaithFamily's list of articles, resources and external links.


We're not trying to get you to convert — no pressure — this Resource Guide to Jewish Conversion is just a good opportunity to answer questions you might have about conversion to Judaism.


When their baby was born before new mother Jennifer Grossman finished her own conversion to Judaism, she and her husband, Ricky, decided their daughter should have a conversion.


Our booklet, Conversion to Judaism: Frequently Asked Questions, offers clear, non-judgmental answers to the questions we've been asked most frequently over the years.

 Keep Talking

Our Conversion Discussion Boards are great for asking questions and getting advice — without feeling pressure.

And our Conversion Article Archive is full of personal stories and professional advice.


The blessings said upon immersing in the mikveh for conversion, in Hebrew, English, transliteration, and with audio make it easy to practice and learn.



A language of West Semitic origins, culturally considered to be the language of the Jewish people. Ancient or Classical Hebrew is the language of Jewish prayer or study. Modern Hebrew was developed in the late-19th and early 20th centuries as a revival language; today it is spoken by most Israelis.
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