Being part of a Jewish interfaith couple can be challenging, but you don’t need to find the answers alone. InterfaithFamily offers several programs where couples can connect to each other, and other couples like them, to learn, to laugh, and sometimes to eat and drink!
For this fun new spin on tashlich, all you need is chalk
Shabbat Cheat Sheet: need-to-know info, including blessings
Events and activities focused on interfaith couples in the greater Philadelphia area
Want to host friends for end-of-Shabbat Havdalah? Serve this easy and beautiful cheese spread
This post originally appeared on www.edumundcase.com and is reprinted with permission. It’s been busy the past two weeks. As Shmuel Rosner just pointed out, since his original article a month ago, “The volume of writing on Jewish interfaith marriage in America is high.” Rosner had said that in the absence of definitive studies or any consensus, the debate […]
Hi, I’m Rabbi Jillian Cameron, the director of InterfaithFamily/Boston. While many people have at least some idea of what a rabbi in a synagogue does, my work might seem a bit more mysterious; I thought I’d provide some clarity, in case what I do could coincide with your work or your life. InterfaithFamily is a national organization […]
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.” […]
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 […]
When some are observing Lent on Shabbat, what does one eat?