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Interfaith Weddings

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  • A New Book to Guide Interfaith, Intercultural Wedding Celebrations: Joining Hands and Hearts: Interfaith, Intercultural Weddi

    By Catherine Fischer

    Review of Joining Hands And Hearts: Interfaith, Intercultural Wedding Celebrations, A Practical Guide for Couples by Rev. Susanna Stefanachi Macomb with Andrea Thompson, a book detailing interfaith wedding experiences, rituals and ceremonies.

    Date: 06-06-2007
  • Rabbi Reuben's Ruminations: Meeting the Parents

    By Rabbi Steven Carr Reuben

    The first suggestion I always have for couples is to be yourself. You're meeting this person's parents because your partner trusts you, believes in you, loves you.

    Date: 07-16-2008
  • Where There is Love There is Life: A Hin-Jew Wedding in Texas

    By Rabbi David S. Gruber

    How a co-officiated Jewish/Hindu wedding was beautifully and respectfully orchestrated, including explanations of the ceremony and symbolism.

    Date: 01-20-2011
  • A Letter to My Congregants

    By Rabbi Daniel G. Zemel

    A congregational rabbi shared his letter to his congregation explaining his change in position on officiating at interfaith marriages.

    Date: 08-06-2009
  • Joe Bologna and Renee Taylor Talk about Their Interfaith Weddings

    By InterfaithFamily

    Joe Bologna and Renee Taylor discuss their many vow renewals-- a Catholic ceremony, a Protestant ceremony, two Jewish ceremonies and a Buddhist ceremony.

    Date: 08-07-2007
  • Saying I Do to an Interfaith Wedding

    By Leah R. Singer

    While the wedding was certainly beautiful and, more importantly, our marriage is still strong nine years later, getting to the chuppah was not an easy task.

    Date: 08-13-2010
  • Breaking of the Glass Explained

    By Rabbi Jacques Cukierkorn

    Wedding video of a rabbi offering a clever and welcoming explanation of a Jewish custom to an interfaith couple and their families and friends.

    Date: 06-24-2009
  • A House of Prayer for ALL People

    By Rabbi Jacques Cukierkorn

    Being deeply committed to officiating at interfaith ceremonies, and standing in solidarity with a couple throughout the process of their wedding, as well as the ongoing journey that follows, opens the door for a life long relationship.

    Date: 05-01-2009
  • Mazel Tov and Mubarak: Our Three-Day Jewish-Sikh Wedding

    By Erica Ravin-Anand

    Communication and compromise are what made our Jewish-Sikh wedding the best weekend of our life.

    Date: 08-04-2011
  • Who Gets To Be Called a "Rabbi"

    By InterfaithFamily

    Judaism has multiple movements and independent groups, and there are recognition issues between and among them. Judaism also has more than one path to becoming a rabbi.

    Date: 04-26-2011

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