Our updated booklet, Weddings for the Interfaith Couples, is full of explanations, tips, resources, and more.
By Nicole Fonsh
When dating, how do you answer the questions 'how Jewish are you?' and 'does he need to be Jewish?'
By Heather Subba
Being in an interfaith and intercultural relationship can come with both challenges and rewards, and learning to embrace them can be its own reward.
Tips for parents of children who are intermarrying, compiled from InterfaithFamily contributors.
By Dana Hagenbuch
Whether intermarried or not, finding a Jewish community can be a great way to connect to your local community and make new friends.
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 Audrey Etlinger
Why a patrilineal Jew decided to formally convert to Judaism (go to the mikveh, go before a beit din) even though she already felt Jewish.
By Sharon Morton
Sharing stories, teaching philanthropy, practicing social action, and demonstrating happiness are the keys to sharing Judaism with grandchildren says one grandmother.
By Marion L. Usher
Five tips for planning and preparing for Passover as an interfaith couple.
By Stacie Garnett-Cook
Over time, Stacie's opinion on intermarriage evolved.