Welcome to IFF/Atlanta! Atlanta is constantly growing and moving, and so are we! Join us for meaningful classes, fun events, delightful gatherings and a chance to be part of an inclusive, welcoming Jewish community. Email Rabbi Malka Packer-Monroe at firstname.lastname@example.org.
IFF/Atlanta is proud to announce it’s partnership with Charter for Compassion. We have signed up to be a partner organization and support their mission for a compassionate world where every man, woman, and child treats others as they wish to be treated — with dignity, equity, and respect. To learn more, and to sign the charter as an individual, check out charterforcompassion.org.
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Atlanta, GA 30308
June 4, 12:00AM
If you and your partner are from different faith background and are planning a Jewish or Jewish AND… wedding, this free email series is for you! This 8 email series covers everything from ritual to family dynamics and will connect you to a wealth of resources. Begins on June 4th. Sign up today!
June 15, 7:00PM
Looking for a different type of Shabbat experience? Join HAMSA (Helping Atlantans Manage Substance Abuse) and InterfaithFamily/Atlanta for Sober Shabbat. Anyone who identifies as in recovery and their allies will find a safe space to connect and celebrate Shabbat with prayers, blessings and dinner. Sober mixologist Cole Just will be creating special mocktails, and after […]
July 2, 11:00AM
Do you have young children? For 4 weeks, you’ll get twice weekly emails about how to bring spirituality & traditions to your parenting in realistic and meaningful ways. This series starts on April 2nd. SIGN UP NOW.
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Need information to help plan for an interfaith wedding? Interfaith marriages bring up many complicated issues, but you’ve come to the right place to find answers.
The second cohort of the Interfaith Inclusion Leadership Initiative (IILI) kicks-off in Atlanta soon! Read more about IILI here.
Don’t forget about our clergy referral service for your life cycle event needs!
Proud Partner of Jewish Federation of Greater Atlanta.
The Director of IFF/Atlanta, Rabbi Malka Packer-Monroe, is available to couples and families to talk about issues, introduce you to interfaith family-friendly organizations and programs, and to personally help you find Jewish clergy for officiation at life cycle events. Contact her at MalkaP@InterfaithFamily.com and read more about her.