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Becoming a Jew
Every person's spiritual path is unique. Some, who are born as Jews, discover their Judaism as a meaningful part of their identity and seek ways to deepen their connection. Others, who are not born Jewish, simply choose to take part in Temple life and contribute to the vitality and diversity of our congregation. Still others come to Judaism through personal relationships or spiritual journeys and find that Judaism is the spiritual home where they wish to live their lives.
At Temple Emanu-El-Beth Sholom, our rabbi works with people who wish to consider conversion to Judaism. In general, the process involves study, observance and integration into the Temple community. The length of the conversion process depends on individual circumstances and is determined by the rabbi
To learn more, please contact Rabbi Grushcow’s secretary, Sarah Polsky, at 514-937-3575, ext. 208 or email@example.com.