Welcoming Your Baby into Your Interfaith Family

April 9, 2014 $18.00

An Introduction to Jewish Rituals that Celebrate your Growing Family: A practical exploration of Jewish ceremonies for welcoming and naming a newborn that honor parents’ faith-traditions and cultural backgrounds, while expressing deep gratitude for the blessings of parenthood. For new parents or those anticipating parenthood. Interfaith, Adoptive, Blended, LGBTQ Families very welcome!

Each registerd family will receive the New Jewish Baby Book by Anita Diamant and a welcome gift bag from magic beans toy stores of Boston, Brookline, Cambridge, Wellesley and Fairfield, CT.

Facilitated by Rabbi Allison Berry

Advanced registration is required

$18 per family

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

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Wednesday, April 9, 2014, 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm
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