New York City
The New York City chapter offers programs in Manhattan and Brooklyn. It is the oldest chapter of the Interfaith Community, tracing its origins to the informal community of 1987 which became the basis for today’s multi-location, professional organization. It is a multi-generational community, ranging from founding members and their adult children to new members who are dating couples. Members are from all five boroughs and beyond. While most programs are offered on the Upper West Side of Manhattan, programs are also offered in Brooklyn and in other locations. For more information, email: email@example.com
Winter term classes for K-8th Grade in the New York city chapter:
Five Sunday afternoons, from 3:00-5:00pm
St. Michael's Episcopal Church
225 W. 99th Street
New York, NY 10025
More questions? Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
IFC classes in the NYC chapter are co-sponsored by our partners Romemu synagogue and St. Michael’s Church. IFC membership fees are waived for members of the synagogue or the church.
Family & Holiday Programs
IFC services are designed for families and their children to teach about the meaning of the holidays and to provide resonance with established traditions and rituals. Email email@example.com to RSVP.
Interfaith Community (IFC) is in partnership with St. Michael's and Romemu, which serve respectively as its members' Jewish and Christian homes.
Jewish High Holidays for Interfaith Families
The Interfaith High Holiday service is open to all. But RSVP's are required.
Blessing the Animals
St. Michael's Church
Join in blessing of the animals in celebration of St. Francis Day celebration with St. St. Michael's Church
Adult Programs & Discussions
Through the Interfaith Community, each location can draw on a wide range of programs for adults: including private counseling, couples workshops, formal educational courses, workshops on specific family decision topics, and informal panel discussions. More info.
In-Person & Online Panel Discussion:
Interfaith Marriage and Parenting
Date and time TBA
Email us to be notified of the date and time when it is scheduled.
Based on the Interfaith Community’s pioneering model for Jewish-Christian families who wish to support both traditions, this panel discussion will include celebrating holidays, wedding and baby ceremonies, educating children and more. Fresh from the “collision” of Hanukkah and Christmas — and in the spirit of the new year! — Interfaith Community members want to reflect on the holidays and explore their issues.
Join us in-person or through video in an informal discussion group, focusing on interfaith marriage and parenting for Jewish/Christian couples.
St. Michaels Episcopal Church (library)
225 West 99th St.
New York, NY 10025
..or online video participation through ZOOM
RSVP firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve a space or to receive ZOOM login information