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Solstice time

Last night we went to the Winter Solstice Pageant. It was held in a Unitarian church and put on by Circle Sanctuary as an interfaith solstice. 272 more words


Christmas Tree: Christian image or secular holiday?

Let me start by saying and if I remember correctly, Jen was always going to have a Christmas tree. For me, it was more a matter of Jen understanding what that meant because I wanted the points. 517 more words


Finding a Religious home


One of the decisions that we have struggled with in talking about religion is deciding on the type of religious community we want to join. 449 more words


A Millennial Perspective on Interfaith Marriage: When Unchurched Meets Unmosqued

(Note: Today I’m pleased to share this space with guest blogger Frank Fredericks.)

I recently read Susan Katz Miller’s Being Both, which is a practical, story-based guide on the many options interfaith couples have, with a particular focus on the feasibility of raising children in more than one faith tradition. 817 more words

Interfaith Families

Been a While


I have to admit I forgot about the blog. As with most hobbies, life happens. The biggest update is that Jen is pregnant, with Triplets!!! 109 more words



It’s been almost one whole year since my first post. Almost a whole year of covering, of my Orthodoxish journey, and almost two years of marriage come January. 568 more words