Toddlers, Pre-Schoolers, & Their Parents
Tot Shabbat is a service and celebration of Shabbat for toddlers, preschoolers, and their parents. Join families of children ages 0-5 as we share Shabbat together. Led by our lay leaders, education staff, and rabbis, this one-hour experience (11:00 am-noon) allows families with young children to connect with each other while singing, praying, hearing stories, and marching with the Torah. The service concludes with hallah and juice before everyone is invited to our communal kiddush lunch. We typically meet the 1st and 3rd Shabbat mornings of the month. Due to COVID-19 we safely hold Tot Shabbat outdoors, weather permitting. Tot Shabbat is free and open to all (non-members are encouraged to join us). RSVP in advance is required. See our current Tot Shabbat schedule here. For more information, contact Tova Weinronk, Synagogue Educator and Young Family Engagement Coordinator.
Families with Children in Kindergarten through Sixth Grade
“The Learning Minyan” is a service for families with children in kindergarten through sixth grade. The service includes songs, tefilla (prayer) with instruction, and is meant for children to attend with their parents. We look forward to resuming The Learning Minyan in Fall 2021. Please contact Me’ir Sherer, Director of Congregational Learning, for more information.
Kindergarten through Sixth Grade
Minyan L’Noar (Minyan for Children) meets twice a month. Children in kindergarten through sixth grade are invited to join Tova Weinronk, Synagogue Educator and Young Family Engagement Coordinator, Andrew Doxer, Synagogue Educator, and Me’ir Sherer, Director of Congregational Learning, for an engaging Shabbat Morning service. Services are held in the Pious Chapel at 10:30 am. At the end of the service we join the main congregation for Adon Olam and kiddush lunch. We look forward to resuming Minyan L’Noar in Fall 2021. Please contact Andrew Doxer for more information.