By Jason Jay
Personal narrative by a Jewish woman and a Hindu Indian man about their beautiful blended wedding ceremony and celebration, and the way it brought their families together.
By Bryna Bass
Personal narrative about interfaith couple that first planned a secular Jewish wedding but then the Jewish woman realized her Judaism was cultural, not religious, and so they had a non-religious wedding.
Different options for ending an interfaith/Jewish wedding ceremony.
Explanation of the tradition of circling in Jewish weddings.
By The Jewish Outreach Institute
Professional view from the Jewish Outreach Institute reporting survey results and statistics about American rabbis’ attidutes toward intermarriage and officiation.
By Marina Williams
Personal narrative about how and why a couple decided to have alternative officiants at their Argentine wedding, and how they created their own ceremony.
By Juliet Stamperdahl
Somehow, I got this idea that if we could create a wedding ceremony that felt authentically Jewish, was respectful of halacha, honored Birger's Norwegian background and was mindful of Birger's agnosticism, then we would most certainly be able to build a life together around those same principles.
By Rabbi Stephen Fuchs
Reprinted rabbi’s sermon about his evolving thoughts toward officiating interfaith weddings, and the creative new policy toward interfaith weddings that his synagogue devised so that couples could be married in the synagogue, just not
By Jim Keen
Personal narrative about how a couple planned their interfaith wedding and the logistical challenges they overcame.
By Sarah Callahan
Personal narrative about the preparation and implementation of an interfaith wedding with special attention to how one couple spoke with their parents and set aside time for romance.