Resolution from California Reform rabbis group criticizing the national Reform movement’s decision to cut outreach budgets and staff in 2003.
News story about how multicultural Jews are using Facebook as a way to connect.
By Jane Larkin
No one else is addressing the issues. Our interfaith groups are covering topics other synagogue groups are not, so in-married families also attend.
By Robin Margolis
Why doesn't the Jewish community reach out to us in the same way that it reaches out to interfaith couples? My story--and the story of the Half-Jewish Network-- may hold some clues.
By Adam Kredo
A multicultural and multiracial Jewish group in Washington, D.C. offers its first Rosh Hashanah services in the restored century-old Sixth and I synagogue building.
By Rabbi Peter J. Rubinstein
An opinion/editorial article discussing what makes a couple "interfaith" and how their children should be taught religion.
By Lois Rubin
Jewish mourning practices can be psychologically helpful to people who have lost parents, even when those parents aren't Jewish.
By Dr. Dale Atkins
Dr. Dale speaks with intermarried couples about the issues they had to solve before they married and she speaks with a rabbi who works with many interfaith couples.
By Jacob Berkman
News story about the PJ Library, a program of the Harold Grinspoon Foundation that sends Jewish children's books to families with young children.
By Gabbie Wynschenk
Three high school students from interfaith families discuss their love for Judaism, for their families and for their Jewish youth group, BBYO.