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Whether you’re part of an interfaith couple, raising kids in an interfaith home, a grandparent in an interfaith family or a Jewish professional, we’ve got events just for you.

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Upcoming Events for Couples

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Upcoming Events for Parents

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Upcoming Events for Grandparents

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Upcoming Events for Professionals

Aug 01

10 Days of Belonging for Interfaith Families (Chicago) – Online

August 1 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm CDT
Join 18Doors Chicago Director Andy Kirschner and an experienced panel for a discussion on ways synagogues and Jewish institutions can begin instilling inclusion and belonging for interfaith couples and families. We'll highlight the most relevant and best inclusion principles to build into your organization's plans for before, during and after the High Holidays. You will leave with concrete ideas you can act on from the pulpit, in your communications, through programs, during services and more!
Aug 15

Engaging Interfaith Families for the High Holidays: a check list for an inclusive experience (Atlanta)

August 15 @ 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm EDT
Join 18Doors' Rabbi Malka Packer-Monroe for a presentation of the latest data about interfaith couples/families in Atlanta. Following the presentation, we'll have a discussion/Q&A to help clergy and Jewish communal professionals prepare for the High Holidays by learning best principles for inclusion and belonging and embrace all those who have marginalized identities—especially if they are from interfaith families.