While it is true that, historically, only Jews were permitted to be buried in Jewish cemeteries, the prevalence of interfaith families has necessitated new options.
Many Jewish cemeteries have opened sections where Jews and people from other faith and cultural traditions can be buried together. Some communities have built new Jewish cemeteries where the entire cemetery is available to people of all faiths.
Reform clergy have expressed their willingness to bury interfaith partners alongside one another. The best source for what’s available in your community will be your local Reform congregation (find a congregation near you) or Jewish funeral home.
The Eternal One spoke to Moses and Aaron, saying: "This is the ritual law that the Eternal has commanded: Instruct the Israelite people to bring you a red cow without blemish, in which there is no defect and on which no yoke has been laid." - Numbers 19:1-2
Balak son of Zippor saw all that Israel had done to the Amorites. - Numbers 22:2