By Adam Kredo
A multicultural and multiracial Jewish group in Washington, D.C. offers its first Rosh Hashanah services in the restored century-old Sixth and I synagogue building.
By Robert Leiter
Profile of Harvey Cox (a Protestant college professor) his marriage to a Jewish colleague, and his book that resulted from their experience together, Common Prayers: Faith, Family and a Christianís Journey through the Jewish Year .
By Charlotte Gordon
Her father never told her that he came from a Jewish family, but it was only one of the many ways he was dishonest.
By Judi Wisch
An interfaith family in Conway, Mass., gets a lot out of their association with The PJ Library.
By Paula C. Yablonsky
Though her daughter is in college and they have left their beloved synagogue, Paula and her husband continue to build a Jewish life together.
By Lindsey Silken
Teens direct three short films for the San Francisco Jewish Film Festival about their complicated families and the Jewish holidays.
By Lynn Melnick
Sammy Spider looks at Jewish holidays from the outside and learns what they're all about, painlessly. You can do the same with your kids.
By Nate Bloom
Bloom's latest column covers Paul Giamatti, Lena Horne, Dustin Hoffman, Connie Francis and more.
Some of our favorite holiday articles from the LGBT archives of InterfaithFamily.com.
By Rabbi Howard A. Berman
This was originally written as a sermon, given on Yom Kippur, 2011, outlining the views of a Classical Reform rabbi's approach to intermarriage, officiation and outreach.