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Philadelphia Couples


Looking to connect with other interfaith couples in the Philadelphia area? We have opportunities to connect in person and online.


Being part of an interfaith couple can be challenging, but you don't need to find the answers alone. Our four week “Love and Religion” workshop offers a safe environment to work on creating your religious lives together and to talk with other couples facing similar questions. It is intended for seriously dating, engaged and newly married interfaith couples to talk about how to have religious traditions in their lives together.

Click on a link below for more information or to register for any of the following 2017 Love and Religion workshops, all of which will be meeting in Center City:

September/October Workshop:  Meets Monday evenings, September 25 and October 2, 16 and 23, from 7:00 - 8:30 pm

November/December Workshop:  Meets Tuesday evenings, November 21 and 28 and December 5 and 12, from 7:00 - 8:30 pm

What participants have said about our Love and Religion workshop:

[I really appreciated] hearing perspectives from other couples and knowing that my fiance and I are not alone and that our issues are not necessarily unique.

It was great to hear peers’ perspectives and experience regarding interfaith relationships. [This] was the first time we spoke to other people going through the same thing.

[We] are so glad we did the Love and Religion workshop. We truly enjoyed every class and … it really opened up many great conversations since doing the classes. We've been able to talk more about our future and what our hopes are!

Join InterfaithFamily/Philadelphia and other interfaith couples in their 20s and 30s for an evening of socializing and fun, meaningful conversation.  
Join your partner for an evening of making and learning about two important Jewish ritual objects: a Mezuzah and a Challah Plate.  First you'll each work in a wood studio to make your gorgeous hardwood creations, then you'll come together for learning and socializing with other interfaith couples.  REGISTER NOW>>


Challah and Conversation:
Do you want to learn how to make Challah? Join us to make and knead our own dough, and while it’s rising so we can braid it, we can talk about what it’s like to be in an interfaith relationship and/or learn about Shabbat. Best of all, you’ll have a delicious challah to take home and bake for Friday night dinner!

Cocktails and Conversation:
This program provides a great opportunity to meet with other interfaith couples in a private room at a bar, restaurant, or a local attraction. We have cocktails and hors d’oeuvres while engaging in fun, meaningful conversation about aspects of being in an interfaith relationship.

Shabbat Dinners for Interfaith Couples:
Let us know if you’re interested in joining us for a Shabbat dinner with other interfaith couples hosted by InterfaithFamily.

If you are interested in any of the above opportunities, contact us at

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A bread that comes in a few different varieties; its most common variation is a braided egg bread, though there are water challahs that don't have eggs, and there are whole-wheat challahs which sometimes also don't have eggs. It is customary to being Sabbath and holiday meals by saying blessings and eating challah. Hebrew for "doorpost," it now refers to a small box containing a scroll (of the Hebrew text of the Shema prayer) which is affixed to the doorposts of Jewish homes. Strictly speaking, mezuzah only refers to the scroll itself, not the case in which it's housed. The Jewish Sabbath, from sunset on Friday to nightfall on Saturday.
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