The Battle of the Bar Mitzvah Guest List

Before I signed the contract for the place where we would have our son’s bar mitzvah, I needed a rough idea of the size of our group so I could let the venue know the number of people we would guarantee. I started a spreadsheet with names of family, friends, and acquaintances: anyone I could […]

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The Start of My Jewish Family’s Interfaith Education

Once upon a time, I was a kid growing up in North Jersey in the ‘80s, and I had a pretty clear idea of who I was and who I wanted to be. Even though I was the “token” Jewish kid in the neighborhood, I never struggled with my identity, in part to my parents’ […]

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Jewish Camping Opportunities for Interfaith Families in Greater Boston

We are thrilled to announce that many Jewish overnight camps in New England have expressed great interest in being included in InterfaithFamily’s Jewish Camps that Welcome Interfaith Families resource webpage! These wonderful camps have made it very clear through their enthusiasm and commitment to welcoming campers from interfaith families that being a welcoming and open […]

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Navigating Culture and History

The personal narrative of  Jewish woman who often felt the effects of cultural differences while growing up in predominately Christian neighborhood, but felt less cultural dissonance with her American-German husband who grew up in a Jewish neighbo

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