In a relationship where one of you is Jewish - and the other isn't? We can help you connect with Jewish. Questions about holidays, lifecycle events or even about the day-to-day relationship challenges? We're here with guidance - and have been sharing Jewish interfaith knowledge since 1999.
What happens when Hanukkah falls on Christmas? How do you help your child feel included at Hebrew school when only one of you is Jewish? What's a matzah ball? Regardless of your background or involvement in Jewish life, we have tools, guides, learning experiences and events - both virtual and local - designed by Jewish interfaith experts to help you feel more confident in Jewish.
Parents and grandparents, aunties and uncles and caregivers of young kids are invited to this night of learning and sharing about the December holidays. You'll leave with ideas for kids activities that you can do to create a more meaningful holiday experience.
Planning for the December holidays can sometimes be tricky, and the pandemic has added new challenges. 18Doors and Jewish& are teaming up to offer a workshop to help you lead with your values to create joyous and meaningful holidays, even if they look a little different this year.
Join Rabbi Malka Packer-Monroe, Director of 18Doors Atlanta and Molly Kazin Marshall, Manager of 18Doors Boston for a conversation about the joys and challenges of celebrating the December holidays in an interfaith home.
Join 18Doors Rukin Rabbinic Fellow Rabbi Danny Weiner and other interfaith couples with and without kids, to learn about Hanukkah and how to make it meaningful. We’ll also create a safe and non-judgmental space to discuss the challenges and blessings of navigating the December holidays as an interfaith couple.
There are so many delicious foods associated with Hanukkah, and they're fun not just to eat, but to make as well. You and your young children are invited to join us during Hanukkah for the fun and easy activity of making chocolate gelt (chocolate coins).
Explore the deeper meaning behind Jewish holidays, create new traditions together and meet other couples. Open to all engaged or newly married couples who are interfaith* (intercultural, dual faith, Jew-ish, etc.).
Do you celebrate Hanukkah and Christmas? Do you worry about sending mixed messages to your children? Come talk with Rabbi Jessica and other families to learn how you can create a clear and consistent message that focuses on your values, not necessarily the rituals.
Join us for an exploration of how you can create an appropriate holy space in your interfaith home that feels right for you as a couple. In addition to talking about what makes a home "Jewish" and learning about the mezuzah, we'll address how to discuss relevant issues with children.
Being part of an interfaith couple can be challenging, but you don’t need to find the answers alone. This online four session workshop offers a safe environment to work on creating your religious/cultural lives together. Intended for seriously dating, engaged and newly married couples.