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Wondering how to engage your non-Jewish in-laws in your Passover seder? Trying to understand how to raise your child Jewish when you yourself are not? Need to find tips for including non-Jewish relatives in your wedding or Bar or Bat Mitzvah? Are you the child of an interfaith family looking for information? Are you the Jewish grandparent of a child of intermarried parents? Looking for other people who are in the same situation with the same challenges? You can find answers to these questions and more at InterfaithFamily.com.

InterfaithFamily is the premier resource supporting interfaith couples exploring Jewish life and inclusive Jewish communities. Offering educational content; connections to welcoming organizations, professionals and programs; resources and trainings for organizations, clergy and other program providers; and the InterfaithFamily/Boston initiative that provides a gateway to all programs, events and organizations that welcome interfaith couples and families.

See why Temple Etz Chaim is a place for interfaith families.

For more information or to signup for InterfaithFamily/Boston’s email newsletter visit InterfaithFamily/Boston.

A little bit to get you started…

Judaism is more than just a religion: it’s a culture, a language, a way of life. And, integrated fully into these Jewish traditions are unique words and sayings. Though words may have different roots or origins (Hebrew, Yiddish, German), their meanings are universal throughout the Jewish community. This glossary introduces some of the more common sayings appropriate for lifestyle and holiday events.

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