By The Jewish Outreach Institute
Professional view from the Jewish Outreach Institute reporting survey results and statistics about American rabbis’ attidutes toward intermarriage and officiation.
By Rabbi Stephen Fuchs
Reprinted rabbi’s sermon about his evolving thoughts toward officiating interfaith weddings, and the creative new policy toward interfaith weddings that his synagogue devised so that couples could be married in the synagogue, just not
By Rabbi Steven Foster
Professional view article about why a rabbi won’t officiate at interfaith weddings and how he handles telling couples that he won’t marry them.
By Rabbi Miriam Jerris
Professional advice explaining the position of Secular Humanistic Jews, who accept intermarriage as the joining of people from two different backgrounds yet similar values.
Compilation of InterfaithFamily.com's staff's selections for their favorite articles from 1998-2006.
By Rabbi Lev Baesh
Seven questions for interfaith couples who are about to meet with a rabbi, cantor or other Jewish clergyperson to talk about their wedding.
By Debra Nussbaum Cohen
A news article discussing the roles of non-Jewish parents in their child’s Bar or Bat Mitzvah at Conservative, Reform, and Reconstructionist synagogues.
By Alice Waugh
Personal narrative about how a couple planned their Jewish wedding carefully, so as to include the non-Jewish, atheist parents.
By Rabbi Jacques Cukierkorn
Professional View/Advice Article explaining how to combine elements of both traditions and have equal representation of both clergy and religions by following the "three C" method: communication, clarification of expectations, and compromis
By Rabbi David Regenspan
Professional view from a "freelance" Reform rabbi about why he will officiate at some interfaith weddings. He will happily officiate if the non-Jewish partner is a "fellow traveler" who is committed to upholding the religious tra