By Julie Wiener
News article about the debate over officiation, including InterfaithFamily.com’s hiring of Rabbi Lev Baesh as head of the Rabbinic Circle.
By Rabbi Julie Greenberg
Professional view from a rabbi counseling communication before interfaith conflicts arise.
By Rabbi Leslie Keiter Tannenwald
Professional view from a rabbi who thinks that performing interfaith marriages helps keep the couple within the Jewish community.
By Marshall Weiss
A news article about new policy in a Reform synagogue in Dayton, Ohio, that allows interfaith marriages to take place in the sanctuary as long as the rabbi, who will not perform intermarriages, approves the ceremony, and as long as no non-Jewish symbol
By Rabbi Paul H. Levenson
Professional view by rabbi presenting a typical scenario that occurs when an interfaith couple approaches him asking that he marry them.
By Rev. Yvonne V. Schaudt
Professional view by a minister discussing how she immediately hurls the hard questions--conversion and children--at interfaith couples who want her to marry them because she believes that these questions are essential to work out before
By Bonni Goldberg
Personal narrative in which intermarried woman describes her three weddings: one before a judge, with no guests, one with her family, and one with their friends.
By Elise Klein
Personal narrative from a director of an outreach program about how she became a justice of the peace and officiated at a moving wedding between an Orthodox Jewish man and an Irish-Catholic man.
By Paula Amann
News article about a decision by Washington Hebrew Congregation, the country’s third-largest Reform synagogue, to allow its rabbis to officiate at intermarriages.
By Judie Jacobson
Reprint news article about a rabbi who agrees to allow certain others to perform intermarriages in his synagogue, under certain conditions, even though he himself won’t perform them.