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.
Much of the decisions involved in a wedding revolve around the ceremony, but InterFaithways has compiled a list of things that couples might want to discuss about their life after the wedding day before they get married.
By Stacie Garnett-Cook
Over time, Stacie's opinion on intermarriage evolved.
Our most frequently recommended books for interfaith couples.
By The Jewish Daily Forward
A reprint of The Forward's Seesaw column, a Q&A about interfaith issues.
By TC Jewfolk
Alcoholism happens in all different kinds of families, including Jewish and interfaith families.
By Josh Olivier-Mason
An audio essay about being interfaith.
By Magin LaSov Gregg
How a fight over a seemingly small thing brought a Jewish woman and her minister husband closer together.
By Carla Naumburg
My husband is Jewish. I am Jewish. We are raising our daughters in a Jewish home, and we belong to a synagogue. Yet we are an interfaith family.
By Emily JH Kruskol
At a friend's house, a conversation attacking intermarriage becomes a chance to defend her family's choices - and a chance to tell family members she's proud they're Jews.