"To foster and promote the love, understanding, and practice of Reform Judaism"

Yom Shabbat, 7 Elul 5778

Temple Emanuel warmly welcomes every interfaith family to our Temple community who wishes to participate as members.  We have many families and couples who come from interfaith relationships who wish to embrace Judaism in their lives.  Many of our families are very active in a number of services and activities throughout the year and volunteer in a number of different ways.

There is never any pressure to convert to Judaism, but you may have questions about this process or the information learned from going through a process like this.  Please feel free to contact  Rabbi Karp  for a confidential and candid discussion. 

You might be interested in joining our OUTREACH COMMITTEE or Interfaith Family Chavurah to become friends with other families from interfaith backgrounds.  We hope you'll feel comfortable and get to know us.


For more information about Interfaith relationships and Judaism, you also might like to visit the URJ website.




Glossary of Words and Terms for Jewish Living

in Interfaith Family Resources
Judaism is more than just a religion: it's a culture, a language, a way of life. And, integrated fully into these Jewish traditions are unique words and sayings. Though words may have different roots or origins (Hebrew, Yiddish, German), their meanings are…