InterfaithFamily in Your Community We’re here because sometimes you just need to talk to someone. Someone who has been through a similar experience. Someone who can help sort out what it means to be in an interfaith family. InterfaithFamily is a Jewish non-profit dedicated to empowering people in interfaith relationships — individuals, couples, families and their children — to engage in Jewish life and make Jewish choices, and encouraging Jewish communities to welcome them. We have helped thousands of people connect more deeply with their partner and find ways to engage in Jewish life that are meaningful for them. We are here for you 24 hours a day, 7 days a week with our online resources and personal stories from other interfaith couples. But we know that sometimes you want to meet with others in person. That’s why we are on the ground with full-time staff in Atlanta and Chicago, and in 2019 we’re introducing InterfaithFamily Rukin Rabbinic Fellows to connect with couples in Boston, Houston, LA, Montreal, Omaha, Philadelphia, Plantation, FL, San Francisco, Seattle, St. Louis and West Palm Beach, FL. If you’re looking for clergy to connect with specifically around officiating a lifecycle event, you can find a clergy member here. In Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, Houston, LA, Montreal, Omaha, Philadelphia, Plantation, FL, San Francisco, Seattle, St. Louis and West Palm Beach, FL we will offer: Meetups for interfaith couples Opportunities for seriously dating, engaged, or newly married couples to talk about how they want to bring religious traditions into their lives together One-on-one consultations with a rabbi who can help answer your questions Referrals to other local organizations that welcome interfaith couples and families In Atlanta and Chicago we also offer opportunities for families to connect with one another and our staff and to learn about and celebrate holidays together. You can learn more about and connect with our staff in Atlanta here, and Chicago here.