We encourage children and parents to learn from one another, so that all may share a common spirituality.
Our goal is to create a shared identity that is rooted in millennia-old traditions. We seek both the transmission and remembering of this identity and spiritual values from generation-to-generation.
In October 2012, we launched B’yachad (together), a unique Jewish educational experience for the entire family, based on the spirituality of Jewish values as a building block for a life of growth and compassion. Shabbat morning classes are an integrated family experience, alive in both the classroom and at home. For more information contact Elizabeth Fagin.
To learn about our two year B’nai Mitzvah program, open to members and non-members, see our B’nai Mitzvah page.
Our family holidays, Shabbat and Havdallah celebrations attract families with children of all ages. After sharing in lighting the candles and blessings, prayers and songs, children and parents partake in delicious potlucks in a relaxed and welcoming atmosphere.