Once taboo, "marrying out" is now commonplace and — outside Orthodoxy — widely accepted.
While some Jewish clergy perform intermarriages, not all do.
10 tips for making families, friends and guests of all backgrounds feel comfortable and welcome on your big day.
Effective counseling of intermarried couples makes the difference for the Jewish future--not officiating at their weddings.
It's important for the non-Jewish spouse to support the Jewish partner's religious identity, live in a Jewish home, and bring up Jewish children.
Whether you ignore Christmas altogether or celebrate it with non-Jewish friends or family, the holiday provokes a lot of emotions.
Death and burial issues for interfaith families
Tips for making your non-Jewish guests and family members feel welcome and comfortable.
When Dad is Jewish and Mom is not, are the kids Jewish? Depends on who you ask.
Interfaith families should ask the rabbi about synagogue policies and honestly examine both parents' attachments to Judaism.
Jews & Non-Jews
The Bible implies that God's choice of the Jews was random; later traditions made the Jews seem deserving of this privilege.
Resources for interfaith families on the "spring" dilemma.
Why is Judaism traditionally passed down through the mother?
How is Jewish identity defined?
An Ashkenazic Reform Korean rabbi explores her identity.