Parenting When They’re Young

Build confidence in bringing Jewish to your everyday moments and big life events.

Parenting Email Series

Get our free email series about how to approach the day-to-day of parenting with Jewish wisdom.

Parenting During Quarantine Email Series

Get our free email series about how to approach the day-to-day with Jewish wisdom.

Interactive Shabbat Blessings

Hear the Shabbat blessings and read the translations, including the blessings over children.

Unlocking Hanukkah: A Cheat Sheet

This colorful infographic is designed to give you the basics about Hanukkah and how to celebrate.

As They Grow:

Recipes to Make With and For Your Kids:

Upcoming Events for Parents

Mar 06

Our Year of Firsts: Parenting Edition (National) – Online

March 6 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm EST
Does this describe you and your partner? We’re an interfaith (intercultural, dual faith, Jew-ish, etc.) couple, and raising – or about to raise – our first child. We want to create new traditions & celebrate Jewish holidays with our child in a way that is meaningful to us. We’d like to figure out how we want our religious or spiritual lives to look in the future. We could use guidance from a welcoming and non-judgmental rabbi. We’d like to hear how other interfaith couples are navigating this. If so, you’d be perfect for Our Year of Firsts: Parenting Edition. Registration for Our Year of Firsts: Parenting Edition is open now!
Apr 04

So You’re Hosting Passover: Seder Leading 101 (National) – Online

April 4 @ 7:30 pm - 8:30 pm EDT
Are you leading a Passover seder this year? Whether you’re leading a small seder or a large one, we have the tools you need to feel confident creating a seder that’s right for your interfaith, intercultural or mixed-heritage family. (And if you aren't hosting but you're attending a seder, or you're just interested, you're still welcome to join us.)
Apr 16

You’re Invited: A Guide to your First (or Second) Passover Seder (National)-Online

April 16 @ 7:00 pm - 8:15 pm EDT
Celebrating Passover or attending seder for the first (or second) time? Mazel tov! This is a session for anyone invited to a seder, a member of a Jewish family, anyone who has recently become Jewish, is on your path to Judaism, or just want to learn more about what happens at a Passover seder. During our time together, you'll learn the traditional steps of a Passover seder, some worldwide variations, and contemporary reinterpretations. Of course, we'll also hold space for your questions. Learn everything you need to be prepared for this beloved holiday celebration.