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You can certainly convert... I did. :)

To clarify, I am not Orthodox; I converted in a Conservative synagogue. As my fiancee was born Jewish, we will not have many problems with (eventual) children being Jewish etc. Nonetheless, as Monica says, it takes time (over a year in my case) and dedication and should not be taken lightly. If you are interested, the first thing you should do is start attending services at a (or several) local synagogue(s). You will probably be welcomed with open arms; but you should make it clear that you should not be counted toward a minyan to avoid confusion.

You can certainly convert... I did. :)

You can certainly convert... I did. :)

To clarify, I am not Orthodox; I converted in a Conservative synagogue. As my fiancee was born Jewish, we will not have many problems with (eventual) children being Jewish etc. Nonetheless, as Monica says, it takes time (over a year in my case) and dedication and should not be taken lightly. If you are interested, the first thing you should do is start attending services at a (or several) local synagogue(s). You will probably be welcomed with open arms; but you should make it clear that you should not be counted toward a minyan to avoid confusion.

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You can certainly convert... I did. :)