In-Person and Virtual Interfaith Sunday School
The Interfaith Families Project’s Sunday School meets in person in Rockville, Maryland, and on Zoom.
- All classes participate in the Sunday Gathering. Younger children sing songs; older kids design and lead the Gathering.
- Preschool – 4th grade classes have music lessons and movement.
- Preschool – 6th grade learn the Hebrew alphabet and some prayers in Hebrew.
- Private tutoring is available for B’nai Mitzvah celebrations.
For more information or to enroll, please contact Rev. Beth, Director of Religious Education, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Interfaith Sunday School Curriculum at IFFP was developed by parents like you. Each age group has a different focus. Read about our curriculum by age group. Our Coming of Age Program teaches our 7th and 8th grade children, and our Teen Group keeps our older teens engaged in service, learning and community.
Our children learn about our religious traditions, question them, and, ultimately, develop their own understanding of and relationship with these traditions.
Our goal is to teach Judaism and Christianity in a fun, open, inclusive atmosphere which encourages emotional, social, spiritual and ethical development.
Every year, we train our teachers to help all children get the most out of Sunday School. We have an inclusive classroom model where all students learn together.