San Francisco Bay Area



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Looking for a welcoming and open community for your interfaith family?

Looking for a rabbi to marry you?

Trying to navigate the crazy world of parenting?

Just have questions?

From lifecycle events to the everyday journey of being in an interfaith family, we can help you explore Judaism in the way that works best for you and your family.

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Upcoming events

Interfaith Iftar

May 21, 7:00PM

Join us for a meal that celebrates the strength of our interfaith connections in Marin. Iftar, “breaking the fast” is an important and holy act for Muslims during the sacred month of Ramadan. Explore texts from the Koran and the Torah during a special study session, and celebrate our Marin interfaith community with a festive […]

Night Shift: A Jewish Cultural Experience

June 8, 8:00PM

Night Shift is a Jewish cultural experience. It’s a new take on Shavuot-the holiday that celebrates Jewish culture and literacy. Come gather at Town and Country Village in Palo Alto after normal operating hours, and shift your perspective as to what is possible there. Explore your favorite yoga studios, coffee shops and book stores in […]

Belarus to Brooklyn: A Time-Traveling Tour of Yiddish Song

June 11, 1:00PM

Jeanette Lewicki, singer and accordionist, leads a world tour of Yiddish song. From the shtetls of Poland, to the sunny boulevards of Odessa; by steamer ship to Athens and Istanbul; by railway from Buenos Aires to Brooklyn, Yiddish song has traveled the world. We carry the songs wherever we go and the songs carry us: […]

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Getting Married? Planning 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.


Looking for a guide to Jewish life?

Here are some basic cheat sheets on Jewish holidaysfood and greetings. Plus read some of our latest dual-faith and multi-traditional parenting adventures.