Shabbat Morning Children’s Learning and Spirituality
Come join us for a fun filled Shabbat morning while your parents are at shul! Learn, daven and play with friends! Special Kiddush/snacks provided.
Where: Gan Shalom Preschool, half a block from CBI When: Every Shabbat, 10:30-11:45
The details for parents:
CBI is proud to offer educational youth programming on Shabbat, and we welcome children ages 18 months – 12 years in our current programs. Each age group is offered developmentally appropriate activities; the ages listed below are a guide for parents, who will know best where their child should be.
Ketanim: (18 months-3 years)**
Supervised outdoor play in Gan Shalom yard; inside if weather demands. Healthy snacks are available; parents are responsible for all diaper changing needs. If Ketanim is “full” when you arrive, you may be asked to stay with your child.
Drop off: Can be as early as 10:15 (for Ketanim group ONLY)
Pick Up: Parents must establish clear pick up plan with program supervisor; Ketanim MUST be picked up at Gan Shalom by a parent.
** Children younger than 18 months are welcome to play with the Ketanim, but must be accompanied by one of their own parents for the entire time they are present.
Meet upstairs in small room for kid-friendly davening, learning, torah parade and more! Kiddush/snack provided at end of program.
Drop off: 10:30, programs begin at 10:45
Pick Up: All yeladim will be escorted by an adult back to CBI sanctuary at 11:50; if you prefer, a parent may pick up before 11:50 at Gan Shalom.
Drop off: 10:30 at Gan Shalom, program begins at 10:45. The tefila leader will bring the children to the CBI library at 10:45. The children in this group are encouraged to join the community in the main sanctuary for the end of mussaf.
Tanach and Talmud (for teens)
This course is an informal but intensive study group focusing on close thematic readings of teh Tanach and Talmud in translation. will resume in the fall and will continue weekly except for Jewish holidays and school vacations.
David Henkin - Monday, 4:15-5:45 p.m.