The rabbi and cantor are proud to work with many individuals toward conversion to Judaism.

The Jewish community in the United States grows ever more diverse, and one way people without a Jewish background join the community is through conversion. The cantor and rabbi meet with students for conversion individually to guide them through Jewish learning, living, and spiritual reflection. Students also participate in an appropriate introduction to Judaism class.

At the end of their process, usually lasting about a year, students meet with a bet din (a rabbinical court), are immersed in the mikvah, and are given a blessing in front of our community celebrating their new status as Jews. The EET community is proud to have so many Jews-by-Choice in our midst.

You choose us, and we choose you!

Please contact us for more information.