Intermarriage between couples of Jewish and other faiths has become the norm in American Jewish communities. Congregations adjusting to this reality are checking their biases and unlearning longstanding myths.
One rabbi leading this charge is InfaithFamily/DC director Sarah Tasman. In this interview, Rabbi Sarah tells the story of her transdenominational upbringing. She shares how this influenced her to serve as wide a flock as possible. Learn in this interview the importance to interfaith couples of articulating the hopes and fears they have for the family they will raise.
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Congregations Adapting to Welcome Outside Faiths:
Serving as Wide a Flock as Possible:
Checking Biases and Unlearning Myths:
Articulating Your Hopes and Dreams: