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guide for interfaith families

Julie Epstein Blankenship

guide for interfaith families

to Atlanta area congregations, agencies, and organizations

by Julie Epstein Blankenship

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Published by The Committee in [S.l.] .
Written in English


Edition Notes

PRIORITY 2.

Statementprepared and funded by the American Jewish Committee, Atlanta Chapter ; editors, Julie Epstein Blankenship, Sherry Frank, Sunny Stern.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsIN PROCESS
The Physical Object
Pagination44 p. ;
Number of Pages44
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL627269M
LC Control Number96227685

Get this from a library! If I'm Jewish and you're Christian, what are the kids?: a parenting guide for interfaith families. [Andrea King] -- Tracks the development of two composite families through the lifecycle process and compares how the manage challenges. LGBTQ families and interfaith families should be embraced by Jewish tradition, and Anita Diamant's words (and heart) open the door to Jewish wisdom as wide as it was always meant to be. With this new gift from one of the world's most eloquent, sensitive teachers, a couple's celebration might end up transforming the entire world.

  Related: Hanukkah Books for Interfaith Families. For many interfaith families, there can be an extra layer of trickiness when holidays with gift-giving traditions overlap. To help your loved ones and community enjoy Hanukkah with you, check out our Quick Guide to Celebrating Hanukkah With Kids.   In , they published “Our Haggadah: Uniting Traditions for Interfaith Families,” a guide for mixed-faith families in which they describe their approach to celebrating Passover with family.

Edmund Case, the retired founder of InterfaithFamily, is the president of the Center for Radically Inclusive Judaism, publisher of his book Radical Inclusion: Engaging Interfaith Families for a. Guide to Emergency Assistance Edition NDSM: an interfaith community of volunteers providing charitable assistance to persons in need. North Dallas Shared Ministries. Inc. Merrell Road, Dallas, TX Phone: Fax:


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Edmund C. Case has more than twenty years of experience in a Jewish interfaith family as father, husband and son-in-law. He is publisher of and holds a degree in Jewish communal service from Brandeis University's Hornstein Program. Actively involved in Reform Jewish outreach, he is author of The Guide to Jewish Interfaith Family /5(8).

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'Our Haggadah': A Guide For Interfaith Families When Cokie and Steve Roberts married inthey faced a choice familiar to many mixed-faith couples: practice no religion, pick one or the other.

Her new book, The interfaith Family Journal, is a supportive and interactive resource for any and all interfaith families. Her previous book, Being Both: Embracing Two Religions in One Interfaith Family (Beacon Press), includes both memoir and original surveys and interviews with interfaith parents, children, teachers and s: 6.

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One of my very favorite authors, Patricia Polacco, is from an interfaith family, but has yet to write a book about that experience. She has written many Christmas books, and perhaps the two very best children's books about loving friendships between Jews and Christians (Mrs.

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Interfaith Families by Sparrow F. Alden Contents How to Use This Guide What Are Interfaith Families. Interfaith Families and UU Faith Interfaith Families Across the Lifespan Activities Footnotes Resources UU Principles (Adult and Children's versions) About the Authors, About FMTF, About the Series An interfaith family is like mixing oil and.

Yet, interfaith children’s books that will offer these gifts to our families can be difficult to find. With all the options available, it isn’t always clear what titles will be helpful.

So, we’ve put together a list of a few for you to explore. You could even take these on your summer road trip for some fun reading and conversation. a book, called a. Haggadah in Hebrew, which contains the ritual order of the meal – traditionally comprised of 15 steps, or Guide to Passover for Interfaith Families 5 Click logo to return to table of contents may include readings and songs from.

The Guide to Jewish Interfaith Family Life: An Handbook By Ronnie Friedland and Ed Case, Jewish Lights Publishing, The Guide to Jewish Interfaith Family Life is a helpful, practical book that offers the perspectives of many. Our 11th annual survey in found that Passover remains an important holiday for interfaith families.

The overwhelming majority of respondents—more than 92 percent—celebrate Passover, and for most, it had some religious significance. An important Jewish value is to invite strangers to the seder, which celebrates freedom.

This is one of my favorite of the many books I read about interfaith families before marrying my husband. It was the only book I found that was a collection of first-hand experiences. The couples shared the actual issues that come up as families tackle things beyond the holidays, like discussions about death and heaven to name a s: Guide to Jewish Interfaith Family Life book.

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Nevertheless, my husband and I decided to raise our children in an interfaith community, learning both religions from Jewish and Christian teachers working side-by-side, and so have hundreds of other families described in my book, Being Both: Embracing Two Religions in One Interfaith Family.

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