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Trybal Gatherings: Malibu, CA

September 21, 5:00PM

Pickling, campfires to silent discos, the weekend is packed with 40+ traditional and creative camp electives, an informal Shabbat with OneTable, open bar, campfire storytelling, a bar-mitzvah themed dance party, Havdalah Happy hour with Shmaltz Brewery, and so much more. Trybal’s Malibu camp is — simply put — stunning. Set on a coastal ridge overlooking […]

Raising A Child with Judaism: Free Email Series

October 8, 12:00AM

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 October 8. SIGN UP NOW.

PJ Library Hikes

November 18, 1:45PM

Join PJ Library Hikes for one of many fun family hikes around Los Angeles. Our hike will explore the beauty and wilds of Scorpion Trail. A typical hike is a mile, so bring a bottle of water, sunblock, hat, and wear shoes that are suitable for hiking. We meet at 1:45 and depart promptly at […]

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Couples are marrying with or without us. Let’s help.

The debate in Jewish communities about interfaith marriage is heating up. Rabbis and Jewish professionals are arguing both sides and predicting the future of Judaism based on whether or not they will officiate at interfaith marriages. I’ve seen articles that talk about “caving on intermarriage” and “coming to terms with it” and “addressing the problem.” […]

How to Find a Wedding Officiant Who’s the Right Fit for You

Finding a wedding officiant that is a right fit is an important part of planning that special day. The following are brief descriptions of wedding ceremonies of interfaith couples I know (all names have been changed) who were married in recent months: Matthew and Stacie were married by a rabbi* in a ceremony that was very […]

1 Family, 4 New Year Celebrations, 0 Resolutions

Until this year, it never even occurred to me that four celebrations to observe one phenomenon—the passage of time—could be considered, well, a lot. And it’s kind of confusing to boot, especially for my 5-year-old, whose birthday just happens to fall on January 1st.

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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. Visit InterfaithFamily’s wedding resource page.

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