By Joe Eskenazi
Reprinted review of the winning essays from Interfaithfamily.com’s essay contest.
By Tracy Hahn-Burkett
Personal narrative about one interfaith family's flexible but meaningful approach to Shabbat.
Landing page with introduction and table of contents to a guide to Shabbat for newbies.
By Rabbi Rachel Barenblat
Personal narrative from a Jewish woman who looked for, and eventually found, a Jewish spiritual home in a synagogue that welcomed her and her non-Jewish husband both as members.
By Arlene Sarah Chernow
Personal narrative about a woman who grew up biologically, but not culturally or spiritually Jewish, who married a Jewish man, and slowly developed a stronger Jewish identity.
By Jeanette Bergelson
Professional view on how to be "the Jewish grandparents" of children from an interfaith family, including sending holiday treats, watching Jewish-themed movies, and doing special projects.
By Penina Hoffnung
Purim and Easter fell together, so the author's father-in-law could help her make kosher cannoli for Easter and cuccidati for Purim.
By Dr. Paula Brody
Professional advice saying that it won’t confuse children to celebrate Christmas with their non-Jewish family members IF they celebrate other Jewish holidays and so have a solid Jewish identity.
By Andi Rosenthal
Personal narrative by a Jew-by-choice whose relationship with a Jewish man ended over differences in how observant to be--he called her "too Jewish."
By Rachel Goldsmith
The personal narrative of a single woman who had difficulty forming a family within her congregation and she shares her advice on what to do in such a situation.