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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.

Breaking the glass & sign up for the wedding email seriesWedding 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 our expertise and dishing it out in eight emails designed to offer ideas and options, answer common questions and connect you to a wealth of additional resources (and other couples!) so you can plan a ceremony that’s right for you. Click here to sign up.

 

Jewish wedding guide for interfaith couples
Wedding Guide

Our Guide to Wedding Ceremonies for Interfaith Couples offers an inclusive guide to Jewish interfaith weddings. We also have tips for inclusive weddings that honor and respect different backgrounds.

Moment of silence in a Jewish wedding
Find a Rabbi

Looking for a rabbi or cantor to officiate at your interfaith wedding? Our free referral service can help.


Blog

Our wedding bloggers thoughtfully take us through their planning process in the months leading up to their weddings.

Weddings for Interfaith Couples Booklet
Booklet

Our updated booklet, Weddings for the Interfaith Couples, is full of explanations, tips, resources, and more.

Jewish Clergy

Are you a member of the Jewish clergy who officiates, co-officiates or counsels interfaith couples? Fill out our Jewish Clergy Survey so we can connect you with local couples.

You’ve decided to be married by a clergy (or two). But what’s next? Seven Questions To Consider Before Meeting With Your Interfaith Wedding Officiant.

Meeting ParentsTips for Parents

When some parents first find out their child is marrying someone who is not Jewish, they may not feel like celebrating. If that’s you, our Resources for Parents of Children Who Are in Interfaith Relationships are here to help.