Our Congregation offers endless opportunities for young families to get involved.
From services to social events, there is something for everyone.
Tot Shabbat – 2nd and 4th Saturdays at 9:30am during the school year
Rabbi Folberg, Rabbi Rose and Cantorial Soloist Sarah Avner share the leading of our exciting and engaging Tot Shabbat services. Held on the 2nd and 4th Saturdays of each month from September through May, this service begins at 9:30 a.m. in our Sanctuary, followed by a snack, craft projects, and play time with other kids in our preschool living room or on our playground. Filled with songs, stories, and sometimes even dancing on the bimah, this interactive service is designed for families with children age 0-5. Older siblings are always welcome to participate Like all of our worship services, this program is open to the entire community!
April 8, 9:30 am
Instead of our regular service in the sanctuary, we will start in the CDC Hallway with a short, interactive, teaching seder with Rabbi Folberg. Snack and playtime will follow. Please RSVP here.
Child Development Center Shabbat Program – Fridays at 10:30am
Every Friday at 10:30 am, Rabbi Folberg, Rabbi Rose or Cantorial Soloist Sarah Avner lead a short Shabbat program consisting of the Shabbat blessings, a story or teaching, and singing. Designed for children age 0-5, this program is open to the entire community, not just families with children enrolled at our Child Development Center. (There are occasional Fridays when this program does not occur due to CDC closings or holidays. Please check the calendar for more details.)
Pajama Havdallah Services
Designed for families with children age 0-5, these services introduce Havdallah to our smallest worshipers in a fun atmosphere. One of our clergy team will be leading this program. Join us in your pajamas for a potluck dinner, story, music, and short activity We’ll end with a quick Havdallah service to say goodbye to Shabbat. These events are a partnerships between PJ Library & CBI and is open to the community. Older siblings are welcome.
April 29, 5:00-6:30 pmtheme: Mitzvot, commandment/good deeds.Save the date. More information and RSVP form will be up soon.