Over time, I have come to appreciate more and more the devotion of the dozens of intermarried couples among the 535 families at the Conservative synagogue I lead.
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.
I learned, first from my husband and later as a Hebrew school teacher to have patience with questions and tolerance when the answers provoked more questions.
A play on interfaith marriage has become a great vehicle for promoting discussion and awareness of the issues facing interfaith families.
She coordinated Judaic Studies for a Jewish day school, and never realized that some of the parents thought less of her because she was in an interfaith marriage.
A congregational rabbi shared his letter to his congregation explaining his change in position on officiating at interfaith marriages.
Only a small percentage of funding for Jewish outreach over the past two decades has gone toward attracting interfaith families. Tough economic times coupled with the aftershocks of the Bernard L. Madoff Ponzi scheme debacle have only made matters worse f
The Conservative movement in Judaism thought encouraging non-Jewish partners in interfaith families to convert was the best way to do outreach. They don't think so anymore.
A Jewish writer on interfaith marriage who is married to a Catholic man thinks intermarriage for rabbis might go too far.
After some discussion, a Reform temple in New Jersey decided that they should not have non-Jews as officers. What do you think they should have done?