Interfaith Wedding Ceremonies: Samples and Sources

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Joan C. Hawxhurst
Dovetail Pub., 1996 - Reference - 93 pages
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Approximately 40,000 couples will enter interfaith (Jewish/Christian) marriages this year in the United States alone. This practical guide will help those couples to plan a wedding ceremony that will combine their individual religious traditions and beliefs, while considering those of their parents, other participants, and guests. General issues such as combining two traditions and choosing an officiant (or two) are discussed. In addition, several actual interfaith ceremonies are given with comments from the participants. Advice on vows, blessings, and musical selections make this book a complete wedding planner for interfaith couples.

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In the United States today, some 40,000 couples enter interfaith (Jewish/Christian) marriages each year, and the trend is increasing. Compiled by the editor of Dovetail: A Newsletter by and for Jewish ... Read full review


CHAPTER ONE Getting Started
What You Can Expect
Working with Two Traditions

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