Join us every Saturday at 10:00 am for a wonderful young family Shabbat experience. This interactive program is geared for families with children up to the age of five years old. Prayer, music, stories, movement, activities, snacks and much more will be featured. Following Tot Shabbat, families stay and enjoy time together in our beautiful playground. This is a great way to celebrate Shabbat not only with your family, but with other young families. Life-long bonds of friendship often begin here. Please contact Director of Congregational Engagement, Mark Baranek at Mark@tbsmb.org for more information.
Dates (@5:30 pm)
- Friday, January 19
- Friday, March 16
- Friday, May 18
The Temple Beth Sholom School for Living Judaism (SLJ) invites you to a Family Shabbat experience on designated Saturdays. We provide a multi-generational experience exploring Jewish values and helping families develop a “shared tool kit” and a common language for living a Jewish life. While Family Shabbat is a required part of our SLJ program, all of our Temple families are encouraged to join us! For more information or to RSVP contact Ana Sheridan.
Shalom Family is a fun, experiential program that melds Jewish culture, nature, family and community. We offer outdoor events open to the public held in celebration of Jewish holidays. This is a great way to meet other local Jewish families with young children. We encourage families with children ages 0-6 (older siblings always welcome!) to attend. Co-Directors, husband and wife team Greg Lawrence and Rachel Kaplan bring to the fore years of Jewish experiential education, combined with a passion for and expertise in Jewish outdoor education. Questions, firstname.lastname@example.org. Click for UPCOMING EVENTS.
Blessings in a Backpack
At Temple Beth Sholom we have many Social Justice opportunities for our Temple Beth Sholom Innovative School(TBSIS) families. This fall we invite you to help us sort donated food and pack “backpacks” for elementary school children at North Beach and Fienberg-Fisher elementary schools who qualify for free or reduced lunches. These children often do not have enough food to eat on the weekends or during school breaks, so the “backpacks” will help supplement. All backpacks will be assembled on Saturday (following Tot Shabbat) and delivered on Monday. All backpacks will be assembled on Saturday at 10:45 am (following Tot Shabbat) or Sunday and delivered on Monday.
- Saturday, November 18
- Sunday, February 11 (2018 Mitzvah Day),
- Saturday, March 17, 2018
Co-Chairs: Marina Lubow and Tiffany Hurwitz. For more information call 305.538.7231.