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Interfaith Family Shabbat Honoring our non-Jewish Spouses, Partners & Family Members: Everything You've Always Wanted to Know about Services (or anything Jewish) but Did Not Know Who or When to Ask
Sponsor Main Line Reform Temple
Type of Event Religious Services
Description MLRT will join with other congregations in our area in celebrating Interfaith Family Shabbat on Friday, November 8. This is an opportunity for us to join with other welcoming communities in trying to build an inclusive, warm and welcoming Jewish community, inviting all who wish to join us.

Many of you in our community have non-Jewish spouses, partners, aunts, uncles, cousins and grandparents, for one simple reason: you fell in love with someone who was not Jewish, and decided to share a life together. Our non-Jewish partners have made an incredible commitment: to be part of a Jewish community, and to help raise Jewish children. We owe all of you an incredible thanks, and want to publically acknowledge our gratitude, and offer (if you are comfortable with this) a blessing for you. We hope you will join us at Shabbat services on Friday, November 8.

During Shabbat services, our Rabbis will attempt to answer your questions about all things Jewish: we are calling our evening, Everything You’ve Always Wanted to Know About Services (or anything Jewish) But Did Not Know Who or When to Ask. Send your questions in advance to Rabbi Straus,, or bring them with you on Friday night.

Date/Dates November 08 2013 - November 09 2013
Times 8:00 PM - 9:15 pm
Street Address 410 Montgomery Avenue Google Map
Location Wynnewood, PA 19096 United States
Contact Information
Contact Name Melissa Greenwald
Phone Number 610-649-7800
Additional Information
Religion Jewish - Reform
Audience Adult Children of Interfaith Relationships, College Students, Couples, Families, Gay/Lesbian, Grandparents, Men, Parents, Parents of Children in Interfaith Relationships
People who are interested in Shabbat and Other Holidays, Growing Up in an Interfaith Family