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Updated May 2012
Interfaith couples and adult descendents of interfaith parents or grandparents have concerns about their status in your community and will appreciate learning the boundaries you have set.
InterfaithFamily.com recommends that every synagogue clarify their limits for themselves, and create a document which explains those policies in sensitive language. We have delineated eleven areas of concern and have partnered them with sample statements from Reform, Reconstructionist and Conservative congregations to help guide your policy creating process.
Our religious schools often serve as the primary entry point for interfaith families, making it important for teachers and all school staff to be aware of the experience of children whose extended family is not Jewish. InterfaithFamily.com offers recommendations for educators who want to be sensitive to the needs of these families.
More policy documents coming soon. Check back for updates.
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