AJPA Syndication


Welcome AJPA members. Below are the articles currently available for syndication. Photo usage information is included with each item. Send any requests for additional reprints or for interviews to Lindsey Silken, contact below.

Please credit InterfaithFamily as follows and be mindful that there is no space between the words “Interfaith” and “Family”: This article originally appeared on InterfaithFamily.com. Sign up for their newsletter here.

Please send a link or a copy of the reprint to: lindseys@interfaithfamily.com (She can be reached for questions at 617-581-6808.)
or: Lindsey Silken
90 Oak St. Box 428
Newton, MA 02464

A note on language: We have dropped “non-Jew” from our vocabulary and hope you will too. Here’s why. If you’re interested in a style guide including other words we try to avoid, email Lindsey at lindseys@interfaithfamily.com.

“When Faith Reaches the Border”

By Anna Keller
Photo may not be used, stock

Story on immigration










“Top 5 Things to Know About Jewish Day Camp”

By Lindsey Silken & Jenni Zeftel
Photos may be used and credited to Foundation for Jewish Camp
Co-written on behalf of InterfaithFamily and Foundation for Jewish Camp to make interfaith families aware of the unique offerings of Jewish day camp.

Jewish day camp










“Why These 5 Myths about Interfaith Families are Limiting Our Community”

By Rabbi Evan Moffic
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Rabbi Moffic, a congregational rabbi in Chicago dispels common myths in the Jewish community about interfaith families.

Evan Moffic's blog post










“This Hindu-Jewish Couple Celebrated with Two Beautiful Weddings”

By Elana Bell
Photos may be used as credited in the article
A California native and Brooklyn resident shares how she went about having two weddings, Jewish and Hindu.

Hindu Jewish wedding story









“How I Came to Embrace My Important Role in Judaism”

By Kristin Posner
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Kristin from San Francisco converted to Judaism and had an adult bat mitzvah. She explains her essential role in the Jewish community as a Japanese Jew.

Kristin's Bat Mitzvah story


About InterfaithFamily

InterfaithFamily is the premier resource supporting interfaith couples exploring Jewish life and inclusive Jewish communities. We offer educational content; connections to welcoming organizations, professionals and programs; resources and trainings for organizations, clergy and other program providers; and our new Rukin Rabbinic Fellowship will provide offerings for couples in cities nationwide. If you have suggestions, please contact network@interfaithfamily.com.