Thursday, December 25, 2014 Tevet 3, 5775
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Jane Larkin
For interfaith families who have chosen a Jewish path, participating in Christmas celebrations does not influence their religious identity, the Jewish half of an interfaith couple argues.
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Rabbi Elliot Strom
Interfaith families bring a richness of customs and raise the level of mutal respect and open-mindedness in our synagogues, writes a reform rabbi.
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As the Conservative movement continues to grapple with the role of non-Jewish members during religious rituals, several local congregations have come up with their own creative practices to better include interfaith families.
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Jewish groups catering to students and young professionals have begun programming for interfaith couples in hopes of creating a welcoming community where they can feel comfortable navigating the complexities of their different backgrounds.
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How to welcome interfaith relationships has long vexed the community, so any efforts to address their inclusion should be commended.
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