Since the Covid-19 pandemic forced the Interfaith Families Project (IFFP) online last year, we have noticed ongoing participation from families throughout the United States and Canada. Therefore, we are pleased to announce the offer of a Virtual Membership for families who live outside of the Greater Washington DC area. Virtual Members will have substantially-reduced dues (see below) because they cannot attend IFFP in person, and to account for new Members on a new platform. Virtual Members will enjoy most of the benefits of membership, including: 

  • Unlimited virtual access to Gatherings, Adult Groups, special programming and online content (note: see below for specific information about access to online Sunday School Curriculum content). When visiting the DC area, virtual members are welcome to join us in person.
  • Sunday School – virtual members will have the opportunity to purchase access to IFFP’s Sunday School Curriculum, as available, at a discount.
  • Access to pastoral care virtually, as time allows.
  • A stake in IFFP’s growth and success, including the opportunity to join Tikkun Olam groups, various committees that steer IFFP, volunteer opportunities, and possibly the IFFP Board.
  • Member discounts for lifecycle events, workshops, high holiday services, etc.

For information about IFFP visit us at our web site. To register, see our membership page. Have questions?  Email complete a survey on IFFP and educational services that may be available virtually, please click here.

About IFFPFounded by four “founding moms” in 1995, the Interfaith Families Project has grown into a vibrant, active community of approximately 300 adults and children, one of the largest interfaith programs in the country. The core value of IFFP is respect – for each other, for Judaism and for Christianity. As a community, we celebrate, explore, question and enjoy both religious traditions equally. IFFP members neither reject our religious backgrounds nor seek a new religion that is a mixture of Christian and Jewish belief. Instead, we believe it is possible – and desirable – to honor our distinct religious traditions and to share those traditions with spouses, partners and children.