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Yom Rishon, 27 Nisan 5777

Our multi-age school program provides a fun environment where our children learn about Jewish practices, culture, holidays and experience the joy of living Jewishly. We encourage parent participation in our school and family members often join us for holiday celebrations.  Many of our children continue on beyond Bar or Bat Mitzvah through confirmation and become teaching assistants and teachers in our school.

The education of our children is central to our mission as a community and is supported by all of our members.  Families pay only a modest supply fee per child after the introductory membership period.

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School Notes

Rowan Lepkowsky's Bar Mitzvah on March 4th was a wonderful event led by Rabbinic intern Liora Alban. Rowan led us in a Shabbat service, singing prayers beautifully, and he did an excellent job reading his parsha, Terumah, from the Torah He was joined by his family, including two sets of grandparents, friends, and his Shir Ami community. A joyful luncheon followed with a highlight being his Bar Mitzvah cake shaped and decorated as the Arc of the covenant following the theme of his Torah reading. Mazel Tov Rowan!! 

Religious School Parent Meeting

April 2, 10:30 am. Meeting will be led by Rabbi Liora Alban.

Rabbi Liora will facilitating a conversation about raising resilient children. She will be using Wendy Mogel's book, Blessings of a Skinned Knee: Using Jewish Teachings to Raise Self- Reliant Children as a guide. We will talk about the ways that allowing our children to be less than perfect and to learn from their mistakes might actually lead them to be more conVident, independent, and resilient. While Liora will begin the conversation, most of the meeting will consist of us sharing our experiences and listening to and learning from each other. 

Tot Talk

Sunday, April 9, 11:30 am--Fun! Tot Talk is a free, monthy program for children under 5 and their families. Interfaith families welcome. 

It’s not necessary, but it is always very helpful if you can RSVP your plans for attending Tot Talk. We, of course, always understand that with little ones, plans do change. 

We welcome interfaith families!