Sharing stories, teaching philanthropy, practicing social action, and demonstrating happiness are the keys to sharing Judaism with grandchildren says one grandmother.
Personal narrative from a Jewish grandmother of non-Jewish grandchildren talking about sharing Shabbat and other Jewish holidays with them.
Personal narrative by an interdating Jewish woman who was nervous about bringing her non-Jewish boyfriend to meet her Holocaust-survivor grandparents.
Story about the Grandparents' Circle, a new Jewish Outreach Institute program for grandparents of children of interfaith marriages.
Personal narrative about a Jewish grandmotherís relationship with her intermarried daughter, and her assessment of what her role should be in her grandchildrenís reilgious upbringing.
A discussion group for grandparents of interfaith grandchildren shares experiences and learns how to relate to their grandkids (and adult children).
Helpful suggestions for grandparents wanting to share their Jewish heritage with grandchildren of interfaith families.
Right from the start, I could tell she was a warm, funny, open-minded woman with a huge heart.
What does being a grandparent mean to you? Sharing wisdom treats, presents, culture, values--and love? Let's talk about it.
When your Jewish child marries someone who isn't Jewish, how do you communicate Jewish identity to your grandchildren?