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This three-session program provides Jewish men who are in interfaith relationships with information and strategies for creating a Jewish home. Participants in the program will be empowered to answer their partners' questions about Judaism and clarify their positions on having a Jewish home and raising Jewish children. In addition, participants will have the opportunity to share challenges they have encountered or anticipate encountering---for example, balancing the religious concerns of both sets of grandparents, the unification of family, celebrating holidays of other religions in the home and finding a welcoming Jewish community.

Please contact Marley Weiner at MWeiner@JOI.org or 212.760.1440 if you are interested in participating in How Should I Know or for more information about how to bring this free program to your community.



How Should I Know Communities

Indianapolis, IN: How Should I Know will take place on April 12, April 26 and May 3, 2011 at 7:00 PM. Please contact Patti Freeman Dorson at themotherscircle@comcast.net for more information.




How Should I Know is a program of the Jewish Outreach Institute.
The How Should I Know curriculum has been developed through a Berrie Innovation Grant from the Berrie Fellows Leadership Program, an education and leadership program funded by the Russell Berrie Foundation.