Jewish Clergy Referral Service

What is the Jewish Clergy Referral Service? We can connect you to interfaith-friendly rabbis or cantors for your upcoming wedding, baby naming or other lifecycle event. Our service is free and easy to use! We are the premiere clergy referral service serving interfaith couples and families. Over 20,000 matches made. That’s a lot! How does […]

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Be Part of Our Jewish Clergy Referral List

What is the Jewish Clergy Referral Service?  We are the premiere clergy referral service serving interfaith couples and families. Over 20,000 matches made. That’s a lot!  If you are a rabbi or cantor who officiates lifecycle events for interfaith couples and families, get listed with our Jewish Clergy Referral Service.  How does it work? We […]

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To Name or Not to Name: That is the Question

Who should receive a Hebrew name? What requirements should be met? Should a Hebrew name only come with a stated commitment from the child’s parents to raise their child Jewishly? What if one of the parents is not Jewish? What if the child might not be raised as a Jew? I have thought deeply about […]

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Leaving Your Work Baby to Have a Real Baby

One of the most difficult aspects of pregnancy for me—especially right now in week 36—is the prospect of leaving my other baby: InterfaithFamily. It’s only temporary, I know, but the idea of dropping everything for several weeks has required more than a bit of office nesting (is that a thing?) over the last several months. […]

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Five Tips for an Interfaith Ketubah

A ketubah artist offers tips for making an inclusive ketubah

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Traditions of a Jewish Baby Naming

Lifecycle events can feel like giant OMG moments, but we’re here to help! InterfaithFamily has partnered with BimBam (you might remember their fantastic Torahlog video series, which we shared last year) to present their new series of Lifecycles videos, short animated videos and personal stories that give overviews of specific events and traditions. Over the […]

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Wade in the Water at Mayyim Hayyim

Well, I went to the water one day to pray. And my soul got happy and I stayed all day. [Don’t you know that God’s gonna trouble the water!] – “Wade in the Water” Mary Mary As a Jewish woman who feels deeply rooted in her African- and Native-American family’s heritage, the famous Negro spiritual […]

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