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The Interfaith Families Project of Greater Washington (IFFP) is an independent community of interfaith families and others. We are committed to sharing, learning about, and celebrating our Jewish and Christian traditions.
Now in our third decade, we have grown to over 100 families from Maryland, Virginia, and Washington D.C. It’s a place where both Jewish and Christian partners can feel like equal members of the community; where both can celebrate and learn about both faiths and where we “teach not preach.”
This week’s Gathering will take a look at “First-Person Narratives,” and the value of sharing stories.
BIG NEWS: We are offering interfaith (Jewish-Christian) religious education to students who live outside of the Washington DC area. Our children learn about our religious traditions, question them, and, ultimately, develop their own understanding of and relationship with these traditions.
Since the Covid-19 pandemic forced the Interfaith Families Project (IFFP) online last year, we have noticed ongoing participation from families throughout the United States and Canada. Therefore, we are pleased to announce the offer of a Virtual Membership for families who live outside of the Greater Washington DC area.
More from the IFFP blog
In recent years, IFFP has had occasion to reflect on Indigenous People’s Day, which occurs on the day many know as Columbus Day. IFFP’s racial justice group has encouraged the community to consider these questions raised on this day.
This month we are doing a special Q&A interview with our (mostly) new Rabbi, Debbie Reichmann, and our (really) new Reverend, Samantha Gonzalez-Block. They’ll answer five of your most important questions, like what brought them to IFFP, how they work with interfaith families, and more!
On Being Both
Be sure to read On Being Both, a wonderful blog about interfaith life by IFFP member Sue Katz Miller, a journalist whose work has appeared in Newsweek, New Scientist, The New York Times, and The Christian Science Monitor.
IFFP is committed to a balance between Jewish and Christian traditions. We rent space but are not affiliated with, Charles E. Smith Jewish Day School. All Participants at IFFP Gatherings must be 18 or older, or accompanied by a parent or guardian. Contact Us: (301) 770-6337 or Email firstname.lastname@example.org. Copyright 1996-2021. All Rights Reserved.