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Interfaith Family Conversation [Being Rescheduled to June]
April 16, 2023 @ 9:30 am - 10:45 am
**Due to the congregational meeting scheduled on April 16, this event will be rescheduled for June 4. View the new event date here.
This free event is the first in a series for people in interfaith families or relationships*. The goal is to create space for couples or individuals from interfaith families to connect, learn and support each other. This event is for jewish and/or ‘adjacent’ individuals of any religious background.
We will meet Sunday April 16 at 9:30 for coffee and bagels and a guided small group ‘check-in,’ followed by a facilitated discussion about the interfaith family experience.
This program will be co-facilitated by Rachel Jolly, Michael Schaal and Brett Smith.
Thanks to our grant from the National Center to Encourage Judaism, we can provide childcare and food at no cost.
*By interfaith families, we are referring to folks who are part of families or relationships in which one party is Jewish and another is not. This includes those in multi-heritage families. Those who are Jews by choice are welcome as well.
Future events are in development. We have tentatively planned a summer outdoor family gathering and a fall event focused on the “December Dilemma Delight: Navigating Winter Holidays.” But we’ll be flexible: future events will take shape from our attendee feedback.