Jewish Mormons and Interested Friends
Jubilee Year (50 years) 2017
Member Testimonies and Stories
Daniel Rona Bio Son of Herbert Rona, author, very early Jewish Mormon. Daniel is past president of Bnai Shalom and part of its earliest history. He is a current  operator of LDS tours to Israel.
Marcel Kahne Story and Testimony The top is in French; scroll down for English.
Doug Tourney, of Hungarian ancestry An inspiring disposition: A cheery man until the very end, he asked for his last birthday to be in the Temple.
Phil Ortega Conversion Sephardic: From Messianic to Mormon
Phil Ortega Testimony His talk in B'nai
Jess Tafel: Nothing worth doing-is easy
Harriet Rosser Kirkland - Article in the July 1986 Ensign Original in Ensign:
https://www.churchofjesuschrist.org/study/ensign/1986/07/mormon-journal/a-book-different-from-any-other.html A Book Different from Any Other. " I don't remember questioning my religion. I just accepted it—until I reached college." Jason Olson conversion From rejection to a faithful Navy chaplain
The Blessings of Bnai Shalom - Jerome Horowitz Jerome Horowitz written in 1999. Jerome has been president and vice president and is currently on the board.
Bret Butterfield about Bnai Shalom's value Testimony of B'nai board member and long term supporter; former special missionary
Similarities by Elissa Similarities between Judaism and Mormonism
Marlena Muchnick Baker Testimony My spiritual quest from a respected faith that didn't have enough answers and over a dark part of my life, through a period of intense study, to a releasing of my soul and deep love of the Messiah.
Louise Silver My father-in-law had been raised as a Jew. His 1938 Hungarian passport said Protestant He lived, joined the LDS people....
A most interesting letter to us - Rosaland Crosby irst, this from her website: "Rosalind Crosby recently passed away from leukemia. Demonstrating the well refined character that shone through in all that she did, she was passionately devoted to releasing her beautiful music on this website for the enjoyment and enrichment of others. It is my sincere hope you will take some time to enjoy Rosalind's music and see if it will not enlighten your life as it has mine. Rosalind was well loved by all, and she will be sorely missed. --Mike Upton, Rosalind's website developer.""
Anonymous Story Due to family non-acceptance
What is "B'nai Shalom - Jews and Latter-day Saints"? It is officially organized as Bnai Shalom, Children of Peace, .org as a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. It started with a kitchen discussion in 1967 in Utah and has grown to over 1200 members world wide.
We fully support the doctrine and authorities of the Church. We seek to bring together members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints who have Jewish heritage or who are interested in the cultural and spiritual connections between the Jewish and The Church of Jesus Christ o Latter-day Saints faiths. We have semi-annual gatherings and other methods of sharing relevant faith promoting background information supportive of the Church and testimonies of the Restoration.
Organization has no affiliation with the Church, does not represent the
Church, receives no support from the Church, is not sanctioned by the
Church in any way; therefore, its actions cannot be attributed to the
Church. No Officer, Director, or member shall proselytize or act in any
way that may be construed as having the purpose of proselytizing of
descendants of Abraham in the State of Israel.