The Jews of San Miguel de Allende

The Jews of San Miguel de Allende

Roslyn Bernstein, Tablet, 04/21/2019

The service was electrifying, conducted in Hebrew, with some readings in English and Spanish, and enthusiastic communal singing.

Juan Mejia, a modern global rabbi

Juan Mejia, a modern global rabbi

Adam Reinherz, Pittsburg Jewish Chronicle, 09/24/2017

His journey to Yiddishkeit is one of family, faith and a desire to serve

How to Welcome the Stranger: A Modern Midrash

How to Welcome the Stranger: A Modern Midrash

Rabbi Juan Mejía, Jewish&, 05/18/2015

1 in 6 contemporary Jews are new to Judaism.

A Jewish Jewel in the World’s #1 City

A Jewish Jewel in the World’s #1 City

Dan Lessner, Jewish&, 10/28/2014

Recently, über-quaint San Miguel de Allende— named a UNESCO World Heritage city in 2008– was picked as the #1 City in the World by Condé Nast’s Traveler magazine.

Amazing and Improbable Transformations for the New Year

Amazing and Improbable Transformations for the New Year

Rabbi Juan Mejía, Jewish&, 09/11/2014

Change is an inevitable part of our lives.

Rabbi Juan Mejia: From Catholicism to Judaism

Rabbi Juan Mejia: From Catholicism to Judaism

Roberto Loiederman, Jewish Journal, 08/06/2014

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America’s Most Inspiring Rabbis: Rabbi Juan Mejia

America's Most Inspiring Rabbis: Rabbi Juan Mejia

Daniel Lessner, The Jewish Daily Forward, 11/30/-0001

The Benei Anousim movement: Origins, Limitations and opportunities

The Benei Anousim movement: Origins, Limitations and opportunities

Juan Mejia, Sh'ma, 12/25/2012

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Rabbis as Change Agents

Rabbis as Change Agents

Rabbi Rebecca W. Sirbu, E Jewish Philanthropy, 12/17/2012