For this fun new spin on tashlich, all you need is chalk
Last month, I sat with 25 people who gathered over breakfast to talk about being part of interfaith families. As the Director of an InterfaithFamily community, there is nothing new or remarkable about that; I bring interfaith couples together regularly to share stories and support one another as they explore religious life. What is noteworthy […]
I love brainstorming ideas for Jewish education and engagement (outreach). One idea I’ve been tossing around is about supporting interfaith couples who have Jewish clergy present at their wedding or union. These couples are our future. These couples cared about and felt connected enough with Judaism to seek out (sometimes in a tough process) Jewish […]
Why a Tu Bishvat seder has a lot to offer for 20- and 30-somethings (and you!).
The stories of young adults who have all chosen Judaism after being raised in interfaith families that observed both sets of holidays.