By Rabbi Michael P. Sternfield
A rabbi’s opinion that synagogues should welcome interfaith families that wish to explore Judaism, even if they aren’t committed to the faith.
By Rabbi Samuel N. Gordon
Reprinted professional view Rosh Hashonah sermon from a rabbi trying to quel distress over high intermarriage rates; he describes the Jews as an "ever dying people" with intermarriage built into the Jewish identity.
By Nacha Cattan
News article about Reform rabbis’ opposition to the national Reform movement’s late 2002 decision to cut its outreach budget and staff.
By Frances Kraft
Reprinted news article about the efforts of several Conservative congregations to expand programming for outreach to the intermarried.
By The Jewish Outreach Institute
Professional view from the Jewish Outreach Institute reporting encouraging results of qualitative and quantitative studies about the effectiveness of outreach programs to intermarried/interfaith families.
By Shoshana Hebshi-Holt
A news article about the interracial, multi-cultural Jewish families that participated in Camp Tawonga’s Mosaic Multiracial Family Weekend.
By Mardee Gruen
A news article where couples in interfaith marriages discussing getting a rabbi to officiate their wedding ceremony and placing their kids in religious school.
By Edmund Case
Professional view from Ed Case about the Jewish choices and identities of interfaith couples and families, as collected from an InterfaithFamily.com essay contest.
By Jerome Socolovsky
A news article about a reform rabbi trying to convert Spanish people of Jewish ancestry back to Judaism and the response he is receiving from local rabbis and Jewish community members.
By Elizabeth Clarke
A personal narrative article about interfaith families who are raising their kids as Jews, and the negotiations that such relationships demand.