outreach for interfaith marriages

How Interfaith Workshops Are Paying Off

07/22/2013 - 20:00
Special To The Jewish Week

For the past 19 years I have been conducting “Love and Religion: an Interfaith Workshop for Jews and Their Partners.” The target population is interfaith couples that are seriously dating, engaged and/or newly married. Over 600 couples have participated in these workshops, and my goals are that they enjoy the experience of being with other couples facing similar concerns, that they learn more about the issues they are facing and that they feel less alone in the process.

Marion Usher

UJA-Fed. Launches Outreach To Intermarrieds

First-ever welcoming effort aimed at engagement with community.
12/05/2011 - 19:00
Associate Editor

In a move being hailed by advocates for interfaith families, UJA-Federation of New York — the largest Jewish federation in the country — is launching its first-ever initiative specifically focused on welcoming the intermarried and engaging them in Jewish life.

UJA-Federation will increase support for programs that welcome intermarried Jews and their partners.
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