Interfaith Couples Workshop

Growing as a Jewish/Christian Couple

A four-part workshop for partners seeking to learn about life as an interfaith couple, celebrating both Jewish and Christians traditions. Participants might be dating, engaged, or married, with or without children.

The workshop is led by IFFP’s clergy, Rev. Samantha Gonzalez-Block, Reverend and Christian Spiritual Leader, Rabbi Debbie Reichmann, Rabbi and Jewish Spiritual Advisor, and Father Michael Kelly of St. Martin of Tours, in Washington, D.C.

We are also honored to be joined by author and long-time IFFP member Susan Katz Miller, the author of “Being Both: Embracing Two Religions in One Interfaith Family” and “The Interfaith Family Journal.” Make sure to check out Susan’s blog, where you can find valuable stories about her journey in the world of interfaith families.

The series is cumulative and each session builds on the last. Please plan to attend all sessions. Cost per couple: $250.00 for non-members. $200.00 for members.

Questions? Call (301) 770-6337 or email.

2023 Workshop Dates

  • January 23  

  • January 30

  • February 6

  • February 13

All workshops will be held virtually on Zoom from 7:00 PM – 8:30 PM ET. The sessions are cumulative so please plan to attend them all. If you’d like to attend but are unable to make all the sessions, please let us know.

What do couples say about our workshop?

“The advice on how to speak to children about faith and religion was new to us and an important tool. The accessibility to religious leaders who have experience with interfaith couples was also a great tool.”

“I think the major benefit of the workshop was that it created a much more comfortable mind space or peace in us by allowing us to see similar couples think similarly and to see older couples who have succeeded in similar predicaments.”

Couples share their experiences on the IFFP blog