Our community provides us with a sense of connection and support that is a valuable part of our experience as interfaith people.

Our community includes those who continue to practice a faith, and those who do not. Many IFFP parents have chosen not to select one religion for their children, but rather to instill in them an appreciation and understanding of both heritages. Other IFFP parents have chosen one religion for their children but want them to gain knowledge about both of their cultural heritages.


Learn more about the mission of IFFP and the concept for interfaith family worship.

Community Service

Participate with other IFFP families in community service projects

Tikkun Olam Groups

Participate in one of IFFP’s 3 Tikkun Olam Groups that work towards healing our world.

Womens' Retreat

Relax and connect with other women at IFFP.

25th Anniversary T-Shirts

See all of the designs here and here

IFFP Member Projets

Life outside of IFFP:  What are our members up to?