On Tuesday of next week, we’re publishing the 200th issue of our Web Magazine. It also happens to coincide almost exactly with our fifth anniversary as an independent non-profit. For a history of the organization–and an explanation of the differences between the anniversaries–here’s the article we’re going to run next week on our history and accomplishments.
The Jewish Journal of Greater Los Angeles published this brief today about the 200th issue, and Julie Wiener at The Jewish Week plans on running a story about the milestone next week.
I’ve only been here for a small part of InterfaithFamily.com’s history, but even in that time I’ve seen us grow and expand our influence and impact. Here’s a little recap/preview of some new features we’ve recently added or are going to add soon:
Bryan Daneman, a Jewish man, and Julie, his United Methodist fiance, have started blogging on our Weddings Blog about planning for their 2007 interfaith wedding.
We quietly started a rabbinic officiation referral service a few months ago, and the demand keeps growing.
We just changed our Discussion Boards to be more user-friendly. You no longer need to register to post to the boards.
We’re going to launch a User Survey next week to find out ways to improve and enhance the site.
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