By Rabbi Geela Rayzel Raphael
Behold, the power of a name! What we can learn from the biblical 'ger toshav,' the stranger who dwells among us, when preparing for an interfaith wedding.
By Barbara Bayer
Why one rabbi, after 37 years, at the pulpit, has changed his stance on interfaith marriage.
By Rabbi Sidney M. Helbraun
Rabbi Helbraun's 2012 sermon in which he shares why he began to officiate at interfaith marriages
Reprinted from TCJewfolk.com, one woman's personal narrative about her struggles being a part of the Jewish community with her husband who is not Jewish.
By Rabbi Barbara Aiello
A rabbi offers tips for co-officiating a beautiful wedding.
By Rabbi Simchah A. Green
"An intermarriage represents to my thinking the acceptance of Judaism and its values into the mainstream of America," explains an Orthodox Rabbi.
By Molly Ritvo
A Jewish woman has a hard time finding a rabbi to officiate her interfaith wedding, and ultimately decides it's not essential for making her wedding Jewish.
Resource page for Jewish clergy
By Rabbi Maurice Harris
Five of the most user-friendly, non-sectarian websites on the internet, offering a wide range of readings
November 17, 2015 Philadelphia eNewsletter