What’s Love Got to do With It?
Sunday, April 30th, 10:30 a.m.
The term “intermarriage” refers to a marriage between a Jew and a non-Jew. When a Jew is married to a “Jew by Choice” this is not an intermarriage. An interfaith family (having some family members who are and some who are not Jewish; parents, grandparents or extended family) is more common today than ever before and the questions and challenges are just as common:
- Being inclusive of non-Jewish family members (parents, grandparents and extended family)
- Married out but not opting out, a continued commitment to Judaism in spite of being intermarried
- Raising (or grand-parenting) Jewish children when you’re not Jewish
- Divorced, Jew by Choice, and still keeping the faith
These specific issues, and others, will be shared in an open forum led by various members from our congregation. We encourage everyone to join us for an engaging and informative conversation.
Let Us Know You’ll Join Us
There is no charge but your RSVP will help us in planning appropriately. Email your reservation or call the office at 619 697-6001.