By Rabbi Maurice Harris
Five of the most user-friendly, non-sectarian websites on the internet, offering a wide range of readings
By Rabbi David S. Gruber
With guests from Australia, France, Germany, Italy, Russia, Thailand and the U.S. present, Nad and Alex's wedding was easily one of the most cosmopolitan I had ever officiated. With a fairly traditional inclusive Jewish ceremony, bookended by Thai customs, it was definitely one of the most intercultural. Throw in the fact that I was upstaged by an elephant, and you have the backdrop for a great story!
Our updated booklet, Weddings for the Interfaith Couples, is full of explanations, tips, resources, and more.
By Anita Diamant
Professional view article discussing how difficult it is to find a rabbi to perform an intermarriage, and why, and then offers alternatives, such as a judge or justice of the peace, or alternatively, having a friend be deputized for the
By Helen Belitsky
Profile of a Hindu-Jewish interfaith family describing their sonís coming of age ceremonies--first the Thread Ceremony, and four days later, the Bar Mitzvah.
By Lisa Keys
A news article about personalized approaches to a traditional Jewish wedding, including do-it-yourself chuppahs and ketubahs.
By Marlena Thompson
An informative article of the traditions of the Jewish wedding and the changes in such rituals that have occurred over time.
By Cynthia Kalish
Personal narrative by a Jewish lesbian describing the excitement surrounding her upcoming weddings to her Christian partner--both civil and religious.
By Catherine Fischer
Review of A Nonjudgmental Guide to Interfaith Marriage: Making Interfaith Marriage Work, by Rabbi Steven Carr Reuben, Ph.D., a practical resource for intermarried or interdating couples.
Compilation of InterfaithFamily.com's staff's selections for their favorite articles from 1998-2006.