A roundtable discussion about interfaith marriages, raising Jewish children, navigating Jewish and non-Jewish holidays, and where people do—and don’t—feel welcome
While Conservative rabbis have reaffirmed their policy against officiating at interfaith weddings, Conservative synagogues move to welcome non-Jewish spouses as full members of the congregation
It’s a busy week for our blended family: Last weekend, our Passover Seder; next weekend, our Greek Easter feast
My husband is Episcopalian, but together we have created a committed Jewish family and stayed part of the Jewish community
I’m engaged to a non-Jew. We plan to build a Jewish family, even if it won’t look exactly like the one I grew up in.
I’ve been teased about it my whole life, but my name is a part of me. Getting married won’t change that.
Mikvehs for all, ‘TNR’ bashing, and the plight of the ‘half-Jew’
Laurel Snyder reclaims her split identity
All of Tablet’s latest stories—in your inbox, daily. Subscribe to our newsletter.