This resource directs people in interfaith relationships - individuals, couples, families - to information about Jewish life and how to make appropriate choices. Links to specific information, such a “Guide to Death and Mourning for Interfaith Families,” “Jewish Burial and Mourning Practice for Non-Jewish Relatives,” “Grieving in a Different Tradition,” what to say in times of mourning. Further reading recommendations give helpful guidance to congregations and individuals in times of grief. There are also links to articles and to online discussion boards related to questions, customs, and experiences about death and grieving in differing traditions. Interfaith Family is an organization which supports interfaith families exploring Jewish life.
Reviewed by Marsha McDaniel