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INTERFAITH FAMILIES WORKSHOP: A DAY OF LEARNING AND DISCUSSION
INTERFAITH FAMILIES: A DAY OF LEARNING AND DISCUSSION
Sunday, November 17 starting at 10:00am
Speaker: Marion Usher
Fee for Non-members – $10/session; Members – Complimentary
BREAKFAST AND BAGELS: A DISCUSSION GROUP FOR INTERFAITH FAMILIES RAISING JEWISH CHILDREN
Are you an interfaith family committed to being a Jewish family and raising Jewish children? Then this workshop is for you! We will talk about the joys and obstacles as you navigate this complicated journey.
DINE AND DIALOGUE: HOW DO PARENTS HAVE A DISCUSSION WITH THEIR YOUNG ADULT CHILDREN ABOUT INTERFAITH RELATIONSHIPS AND MARRIAGE.
When children go off to college their worlds expand in all directions. They will have new and exciting experiences beyond what they have known. This is an opportunity for parents to address this complicated subject. Participants will be given tools to have these deep and meaningful conversations with their young adult.
GRANDPARENTS AND GRAVITAS: YOU HAVE INTERFAITH GRANDCHILDREN AND YOU DON’T KNOW WHAT TO DO.
This is the workshop for you. Here we will talk about your opportunities to hand down your family’s religious and cultural heritage. Grandparents can be in a wonderful position to make a major difference in their grandchildrens’ lives. New roles for grandparents with ever changing new family compositions remain a challenge for all of us. Come and learn a multitude of ways to hand down Judaism to your grandchildren.