What Emanu-El Means When Using the Term "Interfaith"
When Emanu-El says “interfaith” in the context of “interfaith couple” or “interfaith family” or “people in interfaith relationships,” we’re inclusive of both immediate and extended families – interfaith couples where one person is Jewish and one is not, couples that include converts to Judaism who still have non-Jewish relatives, people with one Jewish parent, parents of intermarried children, grandparents of children being raised by intermarried parents, etc. Interfaith families may include those who identify their family as Jewish, as more than one religion, or who are unsure of how they identify. Our goal is to meet these families where they are and facilitate deeper connection to Jewish life. In addition, we recommend interfaithfamily.com as a valuable resource.
Interested in learning more about Judaism? Take a look at Introduction to Judaism.
Interfaith Adults Purim Celebration!
Thursday, March 5, 6:00-8:00 pm, Swank lounge, 488 Presidio Avenue, San Francisco
Join Emanu-El's interfaith group for a fun night of celebrating Purim! We will enjoy cocktails and hors d'oeuvres (no-host) at Swank Lounge (across the street from the JCCSF). In the spirit of Purim, costumes and silly hats are strongly encouraged.
Questions? Contact Laurie Beijen or Julia Bergman.