By Gary Goldhammer
Personal narrative from a Jewish man married to a Christian woman. They both practice Judaism at their Reconstructionist synagogue, but his sister doesn’t accept them.
By Charlotte Honigman-Smith
Opinion piece and personal narrative from a young woman presenting herself as an example of how Jewishly involved children and spouses in interfaith families and intermarriages not only can be, but already are.
By Andrea Lavinthal
Personal narrative from a Jewish woman wondering about all the Jewish boyfriends at her synagogue--and annoyed with the questions she gets about her interfaith relationship.
By Tanya H. Keith
Personal narrative from a Jewish woman whose grandparents sat shiva when her mother intermarried. Now she’s raising Jewish children with her non-Jewish children.
By Ami Eden
Reprinted news article announcing the Reform movement’s reiteration of its position that the intermarried may not be ordained as Reform Jewish clergy.
By Rosemary DiDio Brehm
The personal narrative of a mother on how she came to the decision to raise her daughters as Jews despite her strong faith in Catholicism.
By Sheila Goldberg
Professional advice describing how one Reform temple incorporated lessons about Christianity, and lectures by priests (as well as other religions and religious leaders) into their youth, teen, and adult education programs.
By Lauren Elkin
A news article about a synagogue in Paris that is welcoming and where English, French and Hebrew are spoken.
By Eric J. Greenberg
Reprinted news article about Conservative and Reform rabbis’ willingness to recognize non-Jewish spouses of interfaith couples in synagogue and Jewish lifecycle events.
By Rabbi Jerome K. Davidson
Reprinted professional view excerpted from a workshop on the need to have more grey areas between always officiating at interfaith marriages, and never officiating.