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Kibbutz HTAA: Youth & Family Education Initiative 

Looking for a chance to have fun while fitting in Judaica with your kehillah (community)? This program is for you! Families are coming together to learn together - about holidays, Torah, culture, food, and much more. Join us as we have age-appropriate activities, field trips, t’filah, arts & crafts, music, and more!

Rhythm 'N' Ruach with 'Auntie A'

Rhythm ‘n’ Ruach's vision is to give parents and children an interactive and joyful Jewish experience through music and movement. Enjoy Adult & Child music classes with Auntie A in Rachel's Play Lab & our on demand program, Shalom at Home ACHSHAV!

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Jewish Baby University

What is JBU? 

Enjoy online classes with new friends learning to navigate pregnancy, parenting and all things Jewish! Learn from rabbis, physicians, seasoned parents, doulas, au pairs, and more! 

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We Love PJ Library! 

PJ Library COMES TO YOU each month, with a high-quality, expertly-selected, age-appropriate book in your mailbox and family-friendly ideas and events in your email inbox.
PJ Library Radio brings fun, kid-centric, Jewish music to your family’s mobile and streaming devices.

Due to the COVID-19 virus, all services, classes, meetings, and events are being held online only. The following programs are temporarily postponed until further notice.

HTAA presents a weekly Shabbat morning educational experience catered toward different stages of children.

  •  Ages 8-12, join Mr. Nate Orlowek at 10:00am & Rabbi Suson in the main sanctuary, at 10:00 am, for the Torah service, move to the Teen Lounge for thought-provoking stories, discussion, games, and more. 
  • Ages 2-7, join Adrienne “Auntie A” Suson, at 10:30 am, in parsha stories, games, song, basic prayers, movement, snack and components of Rhythm 'N' Ruach

After, we will come together on the Bimah for Adon Olam and Kiddush, where parents are welcome to join their children. Please be aware of your child’s surroundings, as people are still davening during this time.

Please support and encourage children to join our Shabbat morning youth program, or we welcome them to join their families inside the shul. This way, we do not have unattended children and noise drifting throughout the building. Parents are welcome to participate in the child's learning. But we feel it's important that we lead by example by davening in the main service.

 For more information, contact Adrienne 'Auntie A' Suson.

Fri, January 15 2021 2 Shevat 5781