By Dana Baldelli
Personal narrative from a woman describing her experience growing up in an interfaith family, and why her interfaith identity has been positive for her.
By Martha Little
Personal narrative from a non-Jewish woman remembering her first experience meeting her Jewish future sister-in-law.
By Ruth Goldberger
Professional view from a Reform outreach director--and convert to Judaism--discussing her parents’ anxieties over their grandchildren’s circumcision.
By Dr. Paula Brody
Professional advice article in which a Christian grandmother asks for advice as to whether or not she can take her Jewish grandchildren to church with her on Easter.
By Nancy Laufer
Personal narrative about why one family chose to learn about the spiritual meaning of Passover as a family, and to give up the glitz of Easter, since the Christian partner was not very religious anyhow.
By Marina Budhos
Personal narrative from a woman whose Jewish mother was disowned by her grandfather when she married an Indian man from the Caribbean.
By Dr Gary A. Tobin
Reprinted professional view contrasting the mythic (close-knit, proud, homogenous) Jewish American family from the real (interfaith, diverse, dispersed) one.
By Zell Schulman
Personal narrative from a Jewish grandma describing how Hanukkah celebrations have changed since she was a ilttle girl.
By Rabbi Julie Greenberg
A rabbi shares her view on interfaith families raising children with exposure to each parent’s religious background.
By Marlene Beach
Personal narrative describing a grandmother’s disappointment that she cannot share her childhood Passover memories with her Christian grandchildren, but her appreciation that she can share with them why being Jewish is