This year marks IFFP’s 25th Anniversary!
Launched in 1995 by four “Founding Mothers,” the Interfaith Families Project has grown into one of the largest interfaith programs in the country, with a vibrant community that includes 300 current members – young and old – and hundreds more touched by IFFP over the years. On staff, we continue to have Reverend Julia Jarvis, Spiritual Director; Reverend Beth McCracken-Harness, Director of Religious Education; and Miranda Hovemeyer, Program Coordinator; along with J-Lee Newell, Bookkeeper; and Rebecca Cohen and Victoria Lewis, Religious Education Program Assistants. Our newest staff member is Rabbi Debbie Reichmann, whom we welcomed with warm embraces this January.
While we will celebrate this milestone all year, we will have a special Gathering on Sunday, October 25th that will tell our story through music, photos, and the sharing of memories – with many familiar faces. Our staff and Board would love to see you!
Now that we have “gone virtual” you can join us to celebrate, no matter where you are! Please register below to let us know if you’re able to attend this special event. The Gathering will take place from 10:00-10:50 am EST, followed by a special Adult Group from 11:15-12:00 pm, moderated by our very own Sue Katz Miller, author of Being Both, and featuring a panel of IFFP Sunday School graduates.
We look forward to “seeing you” on the 25th and hope you can be with us!