This event is open to all and is geared specifically towards families with children in grades K–6. Please contact Mirit Sands with any questions.
Join Cantor Julia Cadrain, Rabbi Rebecca Rosenthal, and LCLJ educators for a joyous and family-friendly Friday night service held in the Minnie Petrie Synagogue at HUC. No registration is required for the service.
Immediately following services, there will be a Shabbat dinner celebrating our third year as a community downtown. We’ll have meat and veggie options, challah, dessert, and wine for grown-ups. Cost is $10/adult and $5/child. Please register for dinner below.
Grades K–12 and adults
Passover teaches, “let all who are hungry come and eat.” In preparation for Passover, join Central and Rise Against Hunger to pack 10,000+ meals for hungry people all over the world. If you would like to increase your community service hours, please consider signing up. Please note: This is a family program for those with children in Kindergarten through 12th grade. It involves standing, weighing, and packaging dry grain for meals.
For Members Pre-K to 5th Grade
Shabbat Yeladim (Children’s Shabbat) is a program for our young LCLJ learners in pre-K to 5th Grades. Drop off your child(ren) with us in the Community House and we’ll provide an age-appropriate, fun, creative, and meaningful Shabbat experience while you attend our Main Sanctuary service. Each week will include a Kabbalat Shabbat service, a teaching on the week’s Torah portion and upcoming holidays, and/or a unique and exciting program facilitated by different URJ Camps. Drop-off and dinner begin at 5:45 pm followed by a short service at 6:00 pm.
For a complete list of dates, visit the Shabbat for Kids & Families.
Any questions? Contact Merissa Hochberg.
Your tax-deductible contribution to our Annual Yom Kippur Appeal will provide for Central’s exceptional educational, community, and spiritual programs and help enrich the Jewish experience of our members and the community-at-large.