Welcoming Your Baby into Your Interfaith Family

April 9, 2014 Newton 0
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For parents in interfaith relationships who have decided to raise their child within Judaism, or those considering that decision, this program will offer a practical exploration of Jewish ceremonies for welcoming and naming a newborn. We’ll explore meaningful ways that Jewish rituals can honor and respect parents and grandparents from other faith traditions and cultural backgrounds. Cost: $18 per family, and pre-registration is requested. Each registered family will receive the New Jewish Baby Book by Anita Diamant. For more information or to register, please contact Joyce Schwartz at URJ Reform Jewish Outreach Boston (RJOB) at 617-928-0012 or jschwartz@urj.org.

Event Location: Temple Shalom
175 Temple Street, Newton, Massachusetts, 02465

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When
Wednesday, April 9, 2014, 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Where
Temple Shalom
175 Temple St
Newton, MA 02465

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