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InterfaithFamily Shabbat is an opportunity for your synagogue or organization to join with other welcoming communities in a bold statement that we will continue to build an inclusive Jewish community in our local areas and across the country.
In 2013, over 100 synagogues and other organizations in Philadelphia, Chicago and the San Francisco Bay Area participated in this exciting program. This year, Boston and Cleveland will join our list of participants.
This year we are doing things a little differently and we invite you to share 30 Days of Abundant Appreciation with your community. Utilizing the entire month of November to Be Thankful allows you the opportunity and time to fit appreciation into your schedule. Want to know who is participating this year? Visit this page.
For more information about how to participate, please visit our resource page and FAQ.
If you already know you want to participate, we welcome you! Please register your organization now.
When your synagogue or organization has figured out when, where and what you would like to do for InterfaithFamily Shabbat, let us know and we will help you publicize it!
For any questions, ideas, concerns and publicity, contact your InterfaithFamily/Your Community Director at:
San Francisco Bay Area: firstname.lastname@example.org
Cleveland, an affiliate of InterfaithFamily/Your Community: MMersack@jecc.org