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Rabbis for Interfaith Weddings and More

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.

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The Jewish Marriage Contract (Ketubah)

Explanation of ketubah, the Jewish marriage contract.

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New Styles in Chuppot (Wedding Canopies)

Personal narrative about a couple who sent out small quite squares with their wedding invitations, and thus created a patchwork chuppah which physically and symbolically captured the creativity and love of family and friends in their new

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The Jewish Wedding Canopy (Huppah)

Explanation of the chuppah, the Jewish wedding canopy, and ways to incorporate it into an interfaith wedding ceremony.

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The State of My (Interfaith) Union

Reprinted from TCJewfolk.com, one woman’s personal narrative about her struggles being a part of the Jewish community with her husband who is not Jewish.

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Resource Center for Jewish Clergy

Resource page for Jewish clergy

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A Letter to My Congregants

A congregational rabbi shared his letter to his congregation explaining his change in position on officiating at interfaith marriages.

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Weddings

Need information to help plan for an interfaith wedding? Interfaith marriages bring up many complicated issues, but you’ve come to the right place to find answers. Wedding Email Series: If you and your partner are from two different faith backgrounds and planning a Jewish or Jewish and… wedding ceremony, there’s a lot to consider. We’re taking all […]

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Why I Am a Unitarian

Personal narrative from a Jewish-Protestant interfaith couple who wanted to raise their children with some religion, and found the only reasonable compromise in the Unitarian church

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Marrying Off a Daughter as a Values Clarification Exercise

Personal Narrative about a mother’s efforts to connect with her daughter’s Iranian in-laws before the wedding to prevent an awkward ceremony, and to establish an ongoing relationship.

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