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Hagar's Legacy

By Rabbi Rachel Schoenfeld

Rabbi Rachel Schoenfeld has served Congregation Shirat Hayam, a Reconstructionist congregation in Marshfield MA.

Date: 12-10-2008

A Case for Accepting Interfaith-Married or -Partnered Applicants into Seminary

By E. David Curiel

E. David Curiel is preparing himself for future rabbinic candidacy.

Date: 10-10-2008

Rethinking My Conditions

By Rabbi Jessica Kessler Marshall

Rabbi Jessica Kessler Marshall is the Hillel rabbi at University of North Carolina Chapel Hill. She was ordained from HUC in 2008. She officiates at interfaith weddings.

Date: 10-03-2008

A Positive Jewish Act

By Rabbi Rim Meirowitz

Rabbi Rim Meirowitz is rabbi at Temple Shir Tikvah, a Reform congregation in Winchester, Mass. He received his ordination from JTS in 1975. He officiates at interfaith weddings.

Date: 08-08-2008

Small Town Rabbis and Interfaith Weddings

By Rabbi Hillel Katzir

Rabbi Hillel Katzir is the spiritual leader of Temple Shalom Synagogue, an independent congregation in Auburn, Maine. He was ordained in 2004 by the Rabbinical Seminary International in New York. He officiates at interfaith weddings.

Date: 08-07-2008

A Pre-Nuptial Agreement for Interfaith Couples

By Rabbi Gerald Kane

Rabbi Gerald M. Kane is the Rabbi Emeritus at Temple Beth-El, a Reform congregation in Las Cruces, N.M. He was ordained in 1970 by HUC-JIR. After meeting with a couple, he determines, together with them, and on a case-by-case basis, whether or not he will

Date: 08-07-2008

Dealing With Temple Members vs. the Unaffiliated

By Rabbi Adam Morris

Rabbi Adam M. Morris is rabbi at Temple Micah, a Reform congregation in Denver, Colo. He was ordained at HUC in 1994. He officiates at interfaith weddings.

Date: 07-10-2008

Interesting, Spiritual and Sacred

By Rabbi Helen T. Cohn

Rabbi Helen T. Cohn offers spiritual direction in Tucson, Az. She graduated from HUC/JIR in 1994. She officiates at interfaith weddings when the couple has agreed to maintain a Jewish home.

Date: 07-10-2008

From Yes, But to Yes, And

By Rabbi Brian Field

Rabbi Brian Field is rabbi of Judaism Your Way, a Denver-based outreach organization. Rabbi Field received his ordination in 1994 from Reconstructionist Rabbinical College. He officiates at interfaith weddings.

Date: 06-09-2008

The Mitzvah of Officiation

By Rabbi Hillel Cohn

Rabbi Hillel Cohn is rabbi emeritus at Congregation Emanu El, a Reform congregation in San Bernardino, Calif. He was ordained at HUC-JIR in 1963. He officiates at interfaith weddings.

Date: 06-04-2008

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