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 Torah Teachings for Jewish Grandparents of Interfaith Families

Hosted By: American Jewish University

In this class, Rabbi Ari Saks will guide you through the Biblical story of Jacob’s grandson’s Ephraim and Menashe, and how their relationship can give insight on how to bless and celebrate your interfaith grandchildren today. This story is a powerful reminder of the importance of passing down Jewish traditions and values to future generations, even when they come from different faith backgrounds. Learn practical ways to support and connect with your interfaith grandchildren, and how to create a meaningful and inclusive family culture that honors all traditions. By building bridges and fostering understanding, we can ensure that our families continue to thrive and grow, just as Jacob blessed his grandsons so many years ago.

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Ruth Abusch-Magder Rabbi Ruth Abusch-Magder, PhD. is the Rabbi-in-Residence at Be’chol Lashon and the editor of the blog Tzeh U’llimad. ...