Being part of a Jewish interfaith couple can be challenging, but you don’t need to find the answers alone. InterfaithFamily offers several programs where couples can connect to each other, and other couples like them, to learn, to laugh, and sometimes to eat and drink!
Looking for just the right person to officiate your Jewish interfaith wedding? We make it easy for you to access our trusted network of Jewish clergy so you can make the best choice for your event.
This beautiful booklet will explain the wonderful custom of welcoming daughters to our families and communities. Guiding you from the preparation and planning stages through to the specifics of the liturgy and ritual options available to you, this booklet is sure to be a helpful resource for all families.
How an unnecessarily mean mohel cast a dark shadow over a mother’s brightest day.
Irving Berlin, Ellin McKay and White Christmas
Personal narrative from a divorced woman who always told her children to marry Jews, but who is now dating someone who is not Jewish herself.
Marion Usher video for couples on Love and Religion
Reprinted news article about Edgar Bronfman’s statement that stigmatizing the intermarried is “racist,” and that interfaith families are key to a thriving Jewish future.
Local information for resources and events for parents in the Philadelphia area
Article about Sherman Alexie?s film about a gay Indian poet who falls in love with a Jewish woman, The Business of Fancydancing.? The film?features actress/singer Michelle St. John who is of Jewish and Christian Indian descent.