Being Open to an Epiphany

Being Open to an Epiphany

by IFFP member Larry Bostian In the Christian tradition, we celebrate the Feast of Epiphany on January 6, the 12th day of Christmas. It marks the visit of the three wise men to the baby Jesus and his family, described in Matthew’s gospel. The Christian Scriptures...
Rabbi’s Statement on Holocaust Day 2023

Rabbi’s Statement on Holocaust Day 2023

Holocaust Remembrance day is here, and I find myself reflecting on the following question: Is it “Never Again,” or is it “Will we never learn?” Today (January 27th) marks the 78th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz. I’d love to say we’ve come a long way since...
A Glimmer of Hope

A Glimmer of Hope

This piece on finding hope in a community of interfaith families was originally featured in Rev. Samantha’s Christmas Eve message. View the message below. Luke 2:1-7: In those days a decree went out from Caesar Augustus that all the world should be...
Register for Our Couples Workshop

Register for Our Couples Workshop

Registration for the 2023 Couples’ Workshop is open now. Learn more and register. This four-part workshop is designed for partners seeking to learn about life as an interfaith couple, celebrating both Jewish and Christians traditions. Participants might be...
Embracing Advent in an Interfaith Family

Embracing Advent in an Interfaith Family

Pictured here is the Anderson Family Advent Calendar that they ordered from Etsy two years ago. Hanukkah gelt goes in every pocket plus fun treats for the cats and other “stuff”. Also in a few pockets are biblical excerpts about light! Growing up in a Conservative...
This year’s theme: What is Love?

This year’s theme: What is Love?

To our dear IFFP community: We are writing to joyfully share this year’s theme……What is Love? We live in an increasingly polarized time, where it can be difficult to be in real relationship with one another. As we have seen, the deep divisions in our world can yield...