We offer many programs to meet the varied needs of interfaith families.
In-person and virtual gatherings with sermons, homilies, music, and guest speakers. Our usual Sunday program begins at 10:00 AM with our Gathering (service), led by Rabbi Debbie Reichmann and Rev. Samantha Gonzalez-Block.
Throughout the year we celebrate holidays from Christianity and Judiaism, including a special Christmas Eve service and High Holy Day services. Learn about how IFFP celebrates holidays.
Programming for Kids
Preschool through 6th grade kids learn about Judaism and Christianity in a respectful atmosphere that honors both faith traditions.
Seventh and eighth graders question assumptions, serve others, and come to better know themselves.
An opportunity for older teens and graduates of our Sunday School program to deepen their friendships.
Programming for Adults
After Sunday Gathering, adults have an opportunity for deeper understanding and experience of religion and spirituality.
Tikkun Olam is a Jewish principle that challenges us to “heal the world.” Learn about IFFP’s three Tikkun Olam groups.
A multi-day workshop led by IFFP clergy and members to support individuals as they grow into a Jewish / Christian couple.
An inclusive multi-day retreat with hybrid elements allowed our whole community to participate and connect.