Shabbat Programming for Youth and Young Families
All families are welcome to attend any of our regular services. In addition, we have a number of age specific Shabbat morning services for young families and youth.
1st & 3rd Saturdays, 10:30 am
Experience the joy of Shabbat with this fun and engaging service for families with kids 5 and under. Join our wonderful early childhood educator Levia and her good friend Shabbos Mouse for a lively Shabbat service. Enjoy singing, dancing, storytelling, and more!
(Stay for a kiddush lunch and become a part of our young family community. No food service during coronavirus.)
1st & 3rd Saturdays, 9:30am
Continue the fun and warmth of Tot Shabbat with Kiddush Club. We sing, dance, hear a Torah story, and more! The 1st Shabbat of the month is with Sarah Rohr, and the 3rd Shabbat of the month is with Gershon Liberman. (
The service is followed by Kiddush lunch combined with Tot Shabbat. No food service during Coronavirus).
Please click here to join at the appointed time.
Not happening during Coronovirus time.
1st & 3rd Saturdays, 10:00 am
This service for 3rd-5th graders allows families to transition into the main adult service, while still enjoying youth-oriented activity. At 10:00am, families meet in the main service. After the beginning Torah service, youth join their friends for a lesson on the Torah portion (parsha) of the week with adult leaders, and come back to help lead “Adon Olam” at the end of the service. As always, we end with our community for lunch.
4th Friday of every month, 5:15 pm
Rabbi Eve Posen leads this interactive home service that welcomes Shabbat through song and stories for families with children 0-6. Fourth Friday of each month at 5:15pm. RSVP: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Select Saturdays in the Winter
Join us as we say goodbye to Shabbat in our PJs. For families with children ages 0-5. We’ll have dinner, stories, art and a whole lot of fun. PJ Havdallah is included with your Young Family Shul Pass; otherwise there will be a per person charge. Co-sponsored by PJ Library. Contact Rabbi Eve Posen for more information.