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Jewish Educator and Professional Trainings

Customized training programs created for professionals, clergy or lay people that are relevant to the specific needs of your organization. Please see our print-ready PDF of this brochure.


Teacher and studentOur Experience

We are skilled in facilitating trainings for a range of organizations, including:

• Federations
• Synagogues
• Religious Schools
• Rabbinical Colleges
• Jewish Communal Organizations
• Day Schools
• Summer Camps

Many organizations dedicated to welcoming interfaith couples and families have worked with InterfaithFamily to accomplish this.

Some of these include:

• Camp JRF
Hebrew College
• Jewish Family & Children Services, Bay Area
• Jewish Federation of Greater Hartford
• Be’chol Lashon
• Keshet
• North Peninsula Jewish Professionals
• Jewish Federation of Greater Philadelphia
• Limmud, Bay Area
• Union of Reform Judaism
• Women of Reform Judaism
• Combined Jewish Philanthropies of Greater Boston

And many more…

What We Offer

Love Religion & babyOur goal is to help you develop the knowledge and skills necessary to most effectively support interfaith couples and families in your community.

We can help you to create a more inclusive Jewish community through a variety of customized interactive trainings. Our topics are wide ranging and include:

  • Inclusivity
  • Sensitivity
  • Skill-Building

 

Interested in creating a program that is customized for you? Contact Stacie Garnett-Cook, National Director InterfaithFamily/Your Community via email or call 617-581-6862 and she will be happy to work with you to customize a program for your needs.

“Just wanted to thank you again for a fantastic session on Sunday. I heard great feedback from the teachers—most interesting and relevant training we’ve had in years. Would love to have you come back again next year
to continue the conversation.”
~ Gratz College

“I’m so glad you came to Camp JRF. Your program was brilliant and so important! The training was informative, interesting and provided us with practical tools. I love it that you’re addressing the elephant in the room. It’s so big, yet so many ignore it.”
~ Camp JRF

“Based on your presentation at the PJ Library Conference, I completely reworded a message (inside a PJ Library book) that chaplains give to growing families in the hospital. It now lists a specific contact person who can share resources for ‘all kinds of Jewish families.’ Thanks for your thoughtful guidance!”
~ Jewish Professional, Cleveland, OH

Empowering people in interfaith relationships to engage in Jewish life and make Jewish choices, and encouraging Jewish communities to welcome them.

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Mission

InterfaithFamily empowers people in interfaith relationships — individuals, couples, families and their children — to engage in Jewish life and make Jewish choices, and encourages Jewish communities to welcome them.

Vision


People in interfaith relationships are welcomed and embraced by Jewish communities and contribute to Judaism’s enduring strength and continuity.

InterfaithFamily Trainings

InterfaithFamily supports those who are looking to welcome and engage interfaith couples and families in their communities, helping them to make a stronger connection with Judaism.

We provide resources and trainings that we tailor to each institution or organization’s needs, denomination, and perspective. We offer development of relevant and timely skills that help professionals who work with interfaith
couples and families effectively address their challenges and deepen their connection with Jewish life and community.

For more information about training and resources:

Contact us at 
network@interfaithfamily.com
617-581-6862

For more information in the Atlanta Area:
404-991-2238

For more information in the Greater Boston Area:
617-581-6857

For more information in the Chicagoland area:
312-550-5665

For more information in the DC Area:
202-618-4111

For more information in the Los Angeles Area:
213-973-4072

For more information in the Philadelphia area:
215-207-0990

For more information in the San Francisco Bay Area:
415-878-1998

For more information in all other areas contact:
617-581-6862
 

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