Our special program for engaged or newly married couples
We meet Sundays each month from 7-8:30 pm EDT/EST over Zoom. Those dates are as follows:
i. September 11, 2022
ii. October 2, 2022
iii. November 6, 2022
iv. December 4, 2022
v. January 8, 2023
vi. February 5, 2023
vii. March 5, 2023
viii. April 2, 2023
ix. May 7, 2023
x. June 4, 2023
We’ll mail you special gifts (value totaling $175) three times a year to help bring Jewish culture and practice to your home.
Some of the topics you can expect to discuss are as follows:
I valued and appreciated these opportunities so much. I don’t know where else I would find this community outside of this… I never felt this welcome or comfortable to engage in this way in other communities.
[Our Year of Firsts] inspired us to come up with more creative/ fun ways to incorporate traditions into our lives.
I have a new appreciation for all aspects of religion and the religion that [my partner] follows… I’ve never developed my own attachment to religion but this helped me understand my partner’s religion and helps me understand why he does what he does.
We were very touched by the gifts, it made an impact and made me feel like we were on a journey together.
We’re an interfaith (intercultural, dual faith, Jew-ish, etc.) couple.
We want to create new traditions & celebrate Jewish holidays in a way that is meaningful to us.
We’d like to figure out how we want our religious or spiritual lives to look in the future.
We could use guidance from a welcoming and non-judgmental rabbi.
We’d like to hear how other interfaith couples are navigating this.
As Boston’s Community Manager for the Boston Innovation Hub, it’s Molly’s passion to connect interfaith couples in the Boston area to resources and tools unlocking aspects of Jewish culture and traditions. Molly and her husband recently designed their own Jew-ish/interfaith wedding and understands firsthand the questions that often come up for interfaith couples. With a passion for food and drink, Molly enjoys visiting the numerous breweries in the Boston area, plus baking and cooking at home. Kugel is one of her favorite foods, and is one of the few ways she will tolerate raisins. She especially loves hearing her friends who have never had kugel try to pronounce the word. Contact Molly at firstname.lastname@example.org.