Kiddush, the Hebrew blessing over the wine, and Hamotzi, the Hebrew blessing over bread.
By Jannon Stein
I'm living with my boyfriend of five years and not planning on having children. What we have is not really a family and it is not really interfaith, either, because that word implies a dialogue between two different faiths.
New to synagogues? We hope this guide will help you find a good community for your interfaith family.
By Lily Shaffer
Her senior project on The Changing Face of Judaism put this young daughter of interfaith marriage through a lot of changes herself.
By Birger Stamperdahl
A non-Jewish dad in an interfaith family likes the way Judaism shapes his parenting, most of the time--but not as much on the liturgy-rich Jewish New Year.
By Miriam Steinberg-Egeth
Several names for our new Saturday morning prayer group got rejected under the rationale of "I donít think everyone in my family could pronounce that."
By Susan Goldberg
My mom was a big feeder of people. When I started dating Rachel, whose parents and siblings were scattered across the globe, I think my mom felt the need to feed her, too. That's how they bonded.
By Rabbi Steven Carr Reuben
Bedtime rituals are among those spiritual moments that can work for an interfaith family.
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 Mimi DuPree
Two children's books for Rosh Hashanah and Sukkot will appeal to children in interfaith families, but may raise difficult questions.