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Interfaith Weddings

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  • Mouseketeers at a Yorkshire Wedding

    By Janet Silver Ghent

    A Jewish mom tells the story of her son's interfaith wedding to an English woman.

    Date: 01-10-2008
  • Joining Traditions

    By Benjamin A. Maron

    We tend to dwell on what it's like for parents when their children intermarry. What about what it's like for children whose parents enter a second, interfaith marriage?

    Date: 02-12-2010
  • The Promise

    By Ken Gordon

    The rabbi who officiated at our wedding made us join a synagogue--and I'm glad he did.

    Date: 05-14-2008
  • An Intercultural Celebration of Love

    By Elizabeth Thorsen

    A bride and groom who used our Clergy Officiation Referral service share video of their wedding ceremony with us.

    Date: 04-21-2010
  • Lights, Camera, Mazel Tov--How I Officiated a Wedding on MTV

    By Rabbi David S. Gruber

    I've officiated at many interfaith weddings, but this was the first one I did on television.

    Date: 01-15-2010
  • Officiating at Interfaith Weddings Can Unlock the Door to Jewish Involvement

    By Rabbi Brian Field

    Professional view from a Reconstructionist rabbi on why he officiates at interfaith weddings, largely because he feels it welcomes couples into the Jewish community.

    Date: 08-17-2006
  • The Golden Rule of Interfaith Weddings: Try Not to Offend

    By Amy Elkes

    A Jewish woman talks about the challenging, but ultimately rewarding, process of planning her interfaith wedding.

    Date: 01-30-2008
  • A Delicious Interfaith Wedding

    By Aaron Kagan

    If the engagement was a catalyst for conflict, which it was, the wedding was the resolution. All of the issues raised by announcing our intention to wed had either been worked out by the big day or resolved themselves before our very eyes during the reception.

    Date: 01-08-2010
  • My Perfect Wedding

    By Nicole Habif

    It may be the marriage that counts in the long run, but the wedding planning gave me the wisdom to know when to compromise, the patience to understand the foibles of those I love and the strength to accomplish both without losing who I was in the process.

    Date: 08-04-2009
  • Naming the Stranger: A Defining Interfaith Moment

    By Rabbi Geela Rayzel Raphael

    Behold, the power of a name! What we can learn from the biblical 'ger toshav,' the stranger who dwells among us, when preparing for an interfaith wedding.

    Date: 01-29-2013

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