Interfaith Couples Dialogue Group
Welcome! We provide an open forum for dialogue and fostering community for couples of different faiths (seriously dating, engaged or married) to connect with each other and explore their relationship to religion. The group was formed by members of The Family School, a Jewish-Catholic educational program for interfaith families. Our goal is to tackle the important conversations many of us navigate: opening hearts and minds to other faiths and traditions, engaging with organized religious communities, planning important life milestones like marriage, educating family members and planning to introduce religion to children. Through the year, we gather on Sunday mornings to connect, build relationships, share resources, explore our journeys together, and tap into the resources of the Family School. We typically meet at 9:45 am in a classroom in the FXW School on the campus of Old St. Patrick's at 120 S. Desplaines. Parking is free at any of the lots around the church.
Please note that The Family School is built on a Catholic and Jewish curriculum and our religious discussions often focus on these faiths. However, we welcome couples of all faith backgrounds and especially believe those of other Christian denominations will find the curriculum and our discussions relevant to their own journeys.
Fall 2019 ScheduleEvents for the Fall of 2019 have concluded. Check back for more information on upcoming sessions.
About Sarah and Jason Wirth
Hi! We're excited to lead the Dialogue Group this year. Sarah was raised Jewish in an interfaith family, while Jason was raised Catholic and attended Catholic day school his whole life. One taste of Sarah's homemade babka and that was it. They've been involved with the interfaith community in Chicago since before they were married. Please don't hesitate to reach out to them at email@example.com with any and all questions, and if you know of other couples you'd like to invite please let us know!