A packet of articles on death and mourning in interfaith families to stimulate discussion, with values-clarification questions included.
By Nina Amir Lacey
Some interfaith families live too far from the closest synagogue to visit regularly, or the synagogues nearby aren't welcoming to interfaith families, or they don't meet anyone's spiritual needs. Sometimes starting your own interfaith-friendly Jewish community is the solution.
By Rabbi Steven Carr Reuben
Hanukkah means dedication, but to what are the Jewish people dedicated? What did the holiday mean in the past, and how does it apply now?
By Joy Fields
In their mixed, mainly secular family, Passover is special.
By Shira and Thomas Johnson
A trip to Israel with a group of other interfaith couples from Atlanta changed their lives as individuals, as a couple and as a family.
By Diana Zankowsky
A minor holiday with special resonance for women provides an opportunity to reach out to all members of the community, including non-Jewish women.
Going to synagogue to pray all day when you don't usually go ever is like climbing a mountain after walking around the block once or twice.
By Leslie Hilgeman
A rabbinical student from an interfaith family offers prayers for healing with coworkers from Haiti.
By David Levy
Part memoir part how-to resource, this review highlights the wisdom of C. Andrew Martin's book on end of life care.
By Deborah Susser
Rabbi Yosef Garcia and Rabbi Albert Plotkin created a Ceremony of Return for a small group of descendants of conversos in Phoenix.