Article Archive

Interfaith Weddings

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  • 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
  • From The LGBTQ Archives: Weddings

    By InterfaithFamily

    Some of our favorite wedding articles form the LGBT archives of InterfaithFamily.com

    Date: 07-11-2011
  • From The LGBTQ Archives: Community

    By InterfaithFamily

    Some of our favorite articles from the LGBTQ archive about the community around us, the Jewish community and creating community.

    Date: 07-11-2011
  • How Rabbi's Views on Interfaith Weddings Evolved

    By Rabbi Mark Schiftman

    One rabbi's reasons for his changed approach to co-officiating interfaith marriages.

    Date: 08-01-2012
  • Interfaith Choices: Till Death Do Us Part

    By Rabbi Geela Rayzel Raphael

    The tough decisions made at two life cycle events, four months apart, as told by the rabbi who officiated at both the wedding and the funeral.

    Date: 03-13-2012
  • Intermarriage Officiation: Why I Have Now Decided to Officiate at Intermarriages

    By Rabbi Andrea London

    By changing my stance on intermarriage officiation, I seek to balance two competing, but important values: the desire to retain and respect the unique sacred character of the Jewish wedding and the opportunity to welcome mixed couples into the Jewish community and help them create Jewish homes.

    Date: 04-18-2012
  • Intermarriage Officiation: Why I Have Now Decided to Officiate at Intermarriages

    By Rabbi Andrea London

    By changing my stance on intermarriage officiation, I seek to balance two competing, but important values: the desire to retain and respect the unique sacred character of the Jewish wedding and the opportunity to welcome mixed couples into the Jewish community and help them create Jewish homes.

    Date: 05-24-2012
  • Shabbat Weddings Revisited: The Pro Side for a Change

    By Rabbi Dr. Reeve Robert Brenner

    Arguments for Reform rabbis to officiate at weddings on Shabbat. Reprinted from the CCAR.

    Date: 05-24-2012

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