Zucchini latkes

Holiday Cocktail Party Menu

This holiday party menu is as easy as it is beautiful, and perfect for guests of different religions

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Sukkot decorations

Why We’ll Be the Family in Midwood Without a Sukkah

Can we get away with NOT having a sukkah in Brooklyn?

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Guide to Hanukkah for Interfaith Families

Our Guide to Hanukkah for Interfaith Families

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Celebrating Holidays as Interfaith Co-Parents

A newly separated queer mom negotiates holidays with her ex

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The December Holidays

I have always known December as a time to prepare for Christmas. Now that I am in an interfaith relationship, December is a time for many holiday celebrations. Sam grew up in an interfaith household celebrating Christmas with his mom’s family and Hanukkah with his dad’s family. Growing up, Sam’s family all picked one day […]

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Thanksgivukkah

  Dana here. Even though Thanksgivukkah has come and gone, I thought I would write about how we, as an interfaith couple, celebrated. Thanksgiving has been a tricky holiday for us. Chris’ family always does Thanksgiving at his parents’ home with a morning football game and other traditions while my family tends to switch it […]

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Boy lighting Hanukkah menorah

Hanukkah, Christmas, and Your Interfaith Family: Various Approaches

The holiday season, from
Thanksgiving on, can be an
emotionally overloaded time
for many families in all kinds of ways that have nothing to do
with interfaith issues.

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family of socks

Parenting During the Holidays

Parenting during the holidays as adoptive, divorced or co-parenting families.

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Some Specific Approaches Interfaith Families Use for Hanukkah and Christmas

Various approaches for how to celebrate Hanukkah (Chanukah) and Christmas in interfaith families.

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Symbols and Observances of Hanukkah

Hanukkah, unlike the major Jewish holidays, does not require any days off from work, any major preparation or any long worship services. It?s an eight day holiday that consists mainly of lighting candles, singing songs, eating traditional foods and playing dreidel.

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