The Diversity of Interfaith Families

Building a family together. What does it mean to be Jewish?

Baby Naming Ceremony Officiant

Get connected virtually with 18Doors clergy

Baby Naming Ceremony Officiant

Get connected virtually with 18Doors clergy

From Expecting to Grandparenting

Raising Young Children with Intent

Find our best stories, tools & advice for parents with young kids

Interactive Shabbat Blessings

Read and listen to the Shabbat blessings, including the blessing over the children.

Unlocking Hanukkah: A Cheat Sheet

This fun infographic has the Hanukkah basics along with ideas for celebrating and blessings to say.


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Jewish Holidays Cheat Sheet

Learn the basics about the Jewish holidays, including when they fall on the calendar.

 


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Parenting Email Series

Sign up for this free email series for parents of young children and see how Jewish values can provide guidance and support during this time.

Upcoming Events for Families

Sep 02

Interfaith Coffee Hour (Greater Washington)

September 2 @ 8:30 am - 9:30 am EDT
Parents of young children in interfaith families: Join Rabbi Adam Rosenwasser for morning coffee and nosh (snacks) as we get to know each other and discuss issues relevant to being an interfaith family. We will meet in Kensington, MD.
Sep 27

Rosh Hashanah Picnic (and Tashlich, Too!) (Atlanta)

September 27 @ 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm EDT
Rosh Hashanah will be here before you know it, and this year we're celebrating in a park. Join us for tashlich followed by a community potluck dinner. Tashlich is a holiday ritual during which we symbolically cast away (into the water) bad habits and places where we’ve missed the mark so that we don't carry them into the new year. Join Rabbis Malka Packer-Monroe from 18Doors and Ariel Root Wolpe from Maalot as they lead us in this powerful ritual. Family-friendly and open to Jews and their loved ones of all ages.
Oct 07

Interfaith Coffee Hour (Greater Washington)

October 7 @ 8:30 am - 9:30 am EDT
Join Rabbi Adam Rosenwasser from 18Doors for coffee and nosh (snacks) as we get to know each other and discuss issues relevant to being an interfaith family. This month we'll focus on the upcoming Festival of Sukkot, also known as “The Time of Our Joy.”