By Edmund Case
Letter from InterfaithFamily.com explaining its opposition to the Reform movement’s cuts to its outreach budget and staff in 2003.
By Jesse Tisch
News story about new, innovative forms of outreach.
By Dan Pine
Reprinted news article about the Tiferet Project, a committee formed by the San Francisco-area Conservative movement to discuss the status of intermarried families in their congregations, and the book they wrote, A Place in the Tent:
By Julie Wiener
News article about the Reform movement’s decision in late 2002 to cut its outreach budget and staff.
By Connie and Jeffrey Zlot
Reprinted personal narrative of a positive experience with outreach counsel, from a speech delivered at the retirement of the director of The Interfaith Connection, Rosanne Levitt.
By Doug Chandler
Reprinted news article about a suggestion by Rabbi Ismar Schorsch, chancellor of the Jewish Theological Seminary, to let children of Jewish fathers attend Ramah camps until age 13, at which point they must convert to continue attending.
By Sue Fishkoff
A news article about the expansion of an Atlana-based program for non-Jewish mothers that allows them to learn about Judaism.
By Rabbi Ismar Schorsch
Reprinted professional view from the chancellor and president of the Faculties at the Jewish Theological Seminary relating his experience and thoughts about intermarriage, including the need to be welcoming, supportive, and understanding of the in
By The Jewish Outreach Institute
An advice article by the Jewish Outreach Institute on how to approach religion and spirituality in an interfaith relationship.
By Rose Shuman
Reprinted editorial and personal narrative from a Brown University student and member of the "Half-Jewish" club about her experience as a patrilineal Jew, and the future she envisions for children of the intermarried.