By Rabbi Steven Foster
Professional view article about why a rabbi won’t officiate at interfaith weddings and how he handles telling couples that he won’t marry them.
By Rabbi Miriam Jerris
Professional advice explaining the position of Secular Humanistic Jews, who accept intermarriage as the joining of people from two different backgrounds yet similar values.
By Tom Muchel
Personal Narrative about all the tensions and negotiations that went on within and between the families when a Jewish woman married a Catholic man, both from observant backgrounds.
By Rabbi Lev Baesh
Seven questions for interfaith couples who are about to meet with a rabbi, cantor or other Jewish clergyperson to talk about their wedding.
By Rachel Rourke
Their first wedding was a civil marriage, but they recommitted to one another in midlife under a huppah.
By Rabbi Tirzah Firestone
Personal narrative about a creative interfaith wedding that incorporated elements of many religions.
By Alice Waugh
Personal narrative about how a couple planned their Jewish wedding carefully, so as to include the non-Jewish, atheist parents.
By Rabbi Jacques Cukierkorn
Professional View/Advice Article explaining how to combine elements of both traditions and have equal representation of both clergy and religions by following the "three C" method: communication, clarification of expectations, and compromis
How the processional works in a Jewish or interfaith wedding.
By Helen Belitsky
Personal narrative about a couple who sent out small quite squares with their wedding invitations, and thus created a patchwork chuppah which physically and symbolically captured the creativity and love of family and friends in their new