Marriage and Relationships

Facebooktwittergoogle_pluspinterest

When you marry someone of another faith, you’re not just joining lives with them — you’re joining lives with their families and friends. Our contributors have addressed every kind of relationship you could imagine: interracial, Jewish-Muslim, gay, post-divorce, stepfamilies and more. Learn from their experiences and InterfaithFamily.com’s articles, resources and links.

Tips

Suggested discussion topics to consider before your relationship progresses.

Six tips for couples considering intermarriage are as true today as they were for previous generations.

Workshops

InterfaithFamily offers workshops for interfaith couples, including Love and Religion — Online, perfect for couples that are seriously dating, engaged, or newly married.

Keep Talking

Looking to share your relationship successes and challenges? Find out how other couples and families have handled similar experiences?

  • Interfaith Marriage Discussion Board
  • Extended Family Relationships Discussion Board
Support

Is your community doing enough to help interfaith couples make Jewish choices? Learn more about Love and Religion, a film and workshop that can be offered in your community.

Keep Reading

Looking for more articles? Our Interfaith Marriage and Relationship Articles Archive has a wide assortment of personal narratives, professional advice, resources and more.

Further Reading

There are many great books that focus on the additional communication and work that an interfaith relationship may require. Check out our reading list and reviews.

If you know of other interfaith marriage and relationship resources — or if you’d like to see additional resources on a particular aspect of interfaith marriage and relationships — please email us at network@interfaithfamily.com and let us know what you’d like us to provide.