A Discussion for Girlfriends, Wives, Mothers & Grandmothers

Are you raising a child with a partner of a different (or no) religious tradition? How does gender impact interfaith relationships? Society places expectations on women as girlfriends, wives, mothers, grandmothers, aunts and best friends. Even in the 21st century, the home is the domain of the female parent. How does that play out with Judaism, a home based faith? What if you are a lesbian interfaith couple; are the religious responsibilities any different?

Come explore the roles, expectations, pluses and minuses of being female in an interfaith relationship. Jewish or not, wife or grandmother, join us for a lively supportive discussion.

 

To register please visit www.paloaltojcc.org or call Heidi Stein at (650) 223-8605

Co-sponsored by Building Jewish Bridges and the Oshman Family JCC, Palo Alto

2 sessions: Sundays, 7:00pm  October 25 – November 22  

Tuition: $25; $20/members of OFJCC

Site: Oshman Family JCC, 3921 Fabian Way Palo Alto, CA 94303, Palo Alto

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A discussion for girlfriends, wives, mothers and grandmothers

Join other women, Jewish or not, to examine interfaith marriage in relation to culture and gender.  What are the unique expectations and responses that a woman encounters as she creates a home and builds a family life in which her religion is not that of her partner?  Join a multi-generational discussion about the assumptions and possibilities surrounding our roles as sustainers of the family.

 

Date:    Oct. 11

Time:    12noon

Place:   Private home in Oakland

Cost:    $7/public; free to Temple Sinai members

Co- sponsored by Temple Sinai and Building Jewish Bridges.

To sign up and get directions call Dawn at 510-845-6420 x11

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Women in Interfaith Relationships:
Giving our Kids Roots & Wings

Raising kids is hard. You have to be a cook, chauffeur, therapist, private secretary, doctor, and chief bottle washer. And in there you’re supposed to give your kids “roots” and “wings.” Roots: a foundation from which to spring. Wings: confidence & self knowledge. Ours is the first generation to think that Moms can do that alone. Forget it! Come get and give support.

Date: March 9
Time: 9 to 11am
Place: B’nai Tikvah, 25 Hillcroft, Walnut Creek

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