The Modern Ketubah Blog  >  Interfaith Weddings

Every since my wife and I planned our own interfaith wedding, I’ve been fascinated by how beautiful these ceremonies can be.

New texts for interfaith couples

Modern Ketubah is proud to now offer interfaith couples three new texts written specifically for them. I have written these new texts to honor how an interfaith marriage represents the…  read more

New poetic verses for interfaith couples

Modern Ketubah is proud to now offer interfaith couples new choices to better customize their ketubahs. Each of my ketubah features a large poetic verse incorporated into the design. These…  read more

Orthodox and interfaith

For anyone who is orthodox, and is also in an interfaith relationship, I highly recommend the article “Orthodox Paradox” written by Noah Feldman for the New York Times Magazine this…  read more

Every marriage is a mixed marriage

There’s an interesting article in the Jewish Week, called The Other Kind Of Mixed Marriage. In it, Abby Schachter talks about how every marriage can be classified as a mixed…  read more

An interfaith wedding blog

Bryan and Julie are an interfaith couple who are writing a blog about planning of their interfaith wedding. If you are planning your own interfaith ceremony, I suggest you check…  read more

Interfaith families: an asset to the community

The Jewish Journal has a well-written article on interfaith families called “Jewish parent + Christian parent = Jewish kids” by Amy Klein. (Thanks to for the link.) The article…  read more

Interfaith for the holidays

December is always an interesting time for interfaith families. With so many holidays to celebrate, it’s never simple. But I’ve discovered that this complexity has brought an unexpected richness to…  read more

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