Are your children or grandchildren intermarried? Figuring out the best way to share your Jewish identity with your grandchildren can be tricky but incredibly rewarding. Below is a list of articles and resources on the InterfaithFamily website, as well as some external links, to help you with the ongoing issues grandparents of intermarried children and […]
Personal narrative by a Jewish grandma of grandchildren who are being raised Catholic, expressing her feelings of unease and discomfort about the situation.
A personal narrative from a non-Jewish mom discussing her child?s bar mitzvah: how they created an informational booklet, how she felt about the ceremony, and her father?s enthusiastic response to the event.
Professional advice and personal narrative about the potential of grandparents to be powerful spiritual guides to interfaith grandchildren.
Personal narrative from an interfaith couple who decided on a naming ceremony, instead of a bris, for their son.
Personal narrative by a Protestant man describing how he and his Jewish wife prepared to tell his parents that they planned to raise Jewish kids, but they still really wanted his parents’ help in raising them.
Personal narrative?by a bubbie (Jewish grandmother), all of whose grandchildren are being raised as Jews, despite?changes in a family complexion due to divorce and intermarriage.
In this reprint from the Forward’s Seesaw column, Jane Larkin offers advice to someone who can’t get on the same page with his mother about his interfaith family.
Reprinted from the Philadelphia Jewish Exponent, this story shows the incredible role a grandparent has in her grandchildren’s lives
Ruth Nemzoff discusses issues that can arise during the December holidays for grandparents of interfaith families and tools for handling them.