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From lifecycle events to the everyday journey of being in an interfaith family, we can help you explore Judaism in the way that works best for you and your family.

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Upcoming events

Nothing New Under the Sun: Modern Issues Through A Jewish Lens

January 21, 9:00AM

A look at modern issues under a Jewish lens. Led by Rabbi Keara Stein of InterfaithFamily/LA.

Jewish Boyle Heights: Memories of Brooklyn Ave.

January 21, 12:00PM

Join Barrio Boychik for this tour of historic Boyle Heights. Learn the story of how such a diverse immigrant community came together  in the first half of the 20th century and discuss how the forces of displacement have historically changed the landscape of the community around us.

LA Kids Challah Bake

February 4, 11:00AM

Join hundreds of SoCal kids for a day of ‘loaves’ of fun as everyone rolls up their sleeves together to bake challah! The event will include the ingredients and instructions on how to make a traditional challah, the braided Jewish bread specially served and eaten on Shabbat (or if you’re like us, eaten every day! )

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Couples are marrying with or without us. Let’s help.

The debate in Jewish communities about interfaith marriage is heating up. Rabbis and Jewish professionals are arguing both sides and predicting the future of Judaism based on whether or not they will officiate at interfaith marriages. I’ve seen articles that talk about “caving on intermarriage” and “coming to terms with it” and “addressing the problem.” […]

How to Find a Wedding Officiant Who’s the Right Fit for You

Following are brief descriptions of wedding ceremonies of interfaith couples I know (all names have been changed) who were married in recent months: Matthew and Stacie were married by a rabbi* in a ceremony that was very similar to the ceremony the rabbi would have performed if both of them were Jewish. A few small […]

1 Family, 4 New Year Celebrations, 0 Resolutions

Until this year, it never even occurred to me that four celebrations to observe one phenomenon—the passage of time—could be considered, well, a lot. And it’s kind of confusing to boot, especially for my 5-year-old, whose birthday just happens to fall on January 1st.

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Need information to help plan for an interfaith wedding? Interfaith marriages bring up many complicated issues, but you’ve come to the right place to find answers. Visit InterfaithFamily’s wedding resource page.

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