“As a non-Jew I was interested in learning how I could apply Jewish thought to the raising of my (Jewish) children.”
“Now that my kids are getting older and more aware, I felt it was important for them to have some tradition at home and not just through religious school/programming.”
“I wanted to share with other parents in a small group environment; I wanted to learn how other parents transmit Jewish values to their children.”
“I hadn’t explored Judaism as a resource for parenting issues—I can’t get enough parenting advice/instruction!”
“I was raised in a conservative family and am now in an interfaith marriage. I am struggling with how best to raise my children with Jewish traditions that feel comfortable for all of us.”
“I wanted to become a better role model for my children.”
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