"Faith to me is... it's believing that there's something better, that there's something better to strive for."
RTÉ News spoke to people of different faiths in Ireland in 2018.
The series begins with Jenni Harrison - a Liberal Jew from Dublin.
"To me, it is all about the music. It is the feeling of hearing those beautiful sounds and just connecting it to my parents, my grandparents, my ancestors, that they all listened to that music all the way back through the ages. And I'm still singing it and my children are learning it.
"I come to synagogue pretty much every Friday night. I'm a busy mum. I've got two kids. They're five and seven. I run two businesses, I work 'til all hours. But every Friday come 5.30pm, that's it. I do no more work, we'll have a Shabbat dinner at home with the kids. And then I walk in here, and it's just serene.
"My grandparents on my mum's side were children, really, when it started up. They were both very involved in the actual synagogue. My mum was president. She passed away 14 years ago during her presidency. So for me, there's a huge amount of family history here.
"Growing up, I just took the community for granted. I wasn't particularly religious. But when my mum passed away, the community just rallied around.
"We're a small community, but the love that everyone has for each other is really, really incredible. And it actually enhances my faith because all these people are just so incredible that when we come together and pray, it seems to be like elevated because of the community.
"I just want my children to understand their faith, their background. If they decide down the line that they want nothing to do with Judaism, that's their choice.
"I'm just trying to give them some building blocks."