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We are pleased to provide a new InterfaithFamily.com Resource Guide, produced in partnership with Stepping Stones, and written by Stacey Delcau, RJE.
We created A Shabbat Experience For Your Group of Friends (and Family) primarily because we wanted to help small groups of interfaith couples and families who want to "do Jewish" and celebrate an interactive Shabbat dinner together. But we hope your own family will find it helpful, too!
If you have long wanted to have a guide for you and your friends or if you have wanted a way to organize families you know to celebrate Shabbat together, this resource guide is for you. If you have been looking for help with a Shabbat dinner before your wedding or your child's bar/bat mitzvah, this resource guide is for you. If you want to add Shabbat dinners for new community members, for those new to Judaism or renewing their Judaism, this guide is for you!
In addition to background information and questions for thought and discussion, the guide offers four different Shabbat themes. You can choose one of the four or choose to rotate the four themes for your group:
We welcome your feedback and suggestions—please email firstname.lastname@example.org. Enjoy!