How Clergy Can Meet the Needs of Interfaith Families




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Published on Apr 6, 2015

"Deeper than Dialogue: How Clergy Can Meet the Needs of Interfaith Families"
With the growing number of interfaith families in America, this groundbreaking panel discussion utilized a Jewish-Christian lens to discuss the ways in which religious leaders can welcome and guide interfaith families as they navigate spirituality at home and in community.

Union Theological Seminary ~ March 26, 2015

* Rabbi Ari Saks, Senior Rabbi of Congregation Beth Mordecai; graduate of Jewish Theological Seminary
* Rev. Gregory Horn, Senior Pastor of Presbyterian Church of Upper Montclair; advisor, lecturer, graduate of Union Theological Seminary
* Dr. Sheila Gordon, Founding President of Interfaith Community, Inc.
* Susan Katz Miller, Author of “Being Both: Embracing Two Religions in One Interfaith Family”

* Moderated by: Samantha Gonzalez-Block, Masters of Divinity Student, Union Theological Seminary


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