The Couples Workshop for winter 2019 has been cancelled and will be rescheduled. Dates TBD.

 

 

Workshops in Growing as a Jewish/Christian Couple

Are you in an interfaith marriage and want tools and support for living with two faiths?

Are you in an interfaith relationship and trying to determine whether marriage will work?

Do you have questions about how to raise your children? Deal with extended family? Celebrate both Christian and Jewish holidays?

The series will be led by Rev. Julia Jarvis, Spiritual Director of IFFP with Father Michael Kelly of St. Martin of Tours, with a total of over 60 years of experience in marrying & counseling interfaith couples. The series is cumulative, so please plan to attend all sessions.

On Sunday, February 3rd and Saturday, February 23rd we are honored to be joined by author and IFFP member Susan Katz Miller. Susan Katz Miller is the author of “Being Both: Embracing Two Religions in One Interfaith Family” and her upcoming book, “The Interfaith Family Journal” which will be released on March 15th, 2019. Make sure to check out Susan’s blog, where you can find lots of valuable stories about her journey in the world of interfaith families. 

 

2019 Dates:  

    • Sunday Sessions: Feb. 3rd (11:00 am- 1:00 pm), Feb. 10th (11:00 am- 1:00 pm)
    • Saturday Session:  Feb. 23rd (1:00 PM-5:00 PM)
    • Saturday Session: Location TBD

 

The cost is $300 per series for non-member couples, and $250 per couple for members.  

(Optional/additional session with Rev. Jarvis: “Planning Your Interfaith Wedding” $60.00)

Questions?  Call (301) 770-6337 or Email Miranda@iffp.net

What do interfaith couples have to say about our workshop?

“The advice on how to speak to children about faith and religion was new to us and an important tool. The accessibility to religious leaders who have experience with interfaith couples was also a great tool.”

“I think the major benefit of the workshop was that it created a much more comfortable mind space or peace in us by allowing us to see similar couples think similarly and to see older couples who have succeeded in similar predicaments.”