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Our Jewish future depends on all our members - at every age - connecting with our tradition and making it their own.  That is why Congregation Rodeph Sholom works with our children and families to give them the experiences and knowledge to live a committed Jewish life.  Formal and informal education are essential to reaching that goal.  We encourage children to explore Jewish life both inside the classroom and beyond, with their families and with their friends, to create a strong foundation.


 

Jammies & Jeans Kabbalat Shabbat

Jammies and Jeans Shabbat is a unique program geared toward young children ages six and under and their families. With parents in jeans and kids in their “jammies,” guests fill the chapel each month for a casual, warm and lively Shabbat experience. Rabbi Hearshen, Cantor Kornworcel, and Judy Van Der Stelt, Director of Education, Youth & Family Programs, lead a short and engaging Friday evening service especially for young families. Singing and storytelling make the evening fun and unique, and children receive a special gift each month. Whether learning a sign language version of the Sh’ma or marching around the chapel while singing L’cha Dodi, pajama-clad youngsters are all smiles. Following the brief service, guests enjoy a family-friendly dinner together in the social hall. We are excited to make Rodeph Sholom a fun and welcoming place for young families.

January 11, 2019 - Jammies & Jeans Shabbat Pirate Theme - To register click here    


 

Growing Together Shabbat

 
Join us for a casual and lively Shabbat evening service for all ages. 
Free and open to the community.  Bring your friends and family!

 

Holiday Celebrations

Members of all ages come together to celebrate holidays with a special meal and a related program. These include the Erev Simchat Torah dinner, community Hanukkah party, Purim Carnival and Play, Teeny Tiny Seder and Shavout gathering. 


For more information about the above programs, please contact Director of Education, Youth and Family Services, Judy Van Der Stelt educator@rsholom.org 

Mon, December 10 2018 2 Tevet 5779