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Family and Informal Programs

Beth Ahabah is continually developing fun ways for families to be together. We want the Temple to be a home for families to make friends with each other and strive to actively involve the entire family in deepening their Jewish experience. Some of our programs cater to adults, with the intention of building bonds among Beth Ahabah parents.

Gesher Program

Gesher is the Hebrew word for “bridge” or “connection.” Adults meet on assigned Sundays, 9:30-10:30 a.m.  for a class with   Rabbi Nagel and then join their children for a meaningful family education experience. 

Parent Socials

Parents from each grade get together for brunch one Sunday during the academic year. It’s a time to socialize and connect with other parents from your child’s class. We provide the nosh.  Check the calendar for the upcoming dates.

Tot Shabbat

A Saturday morning Shabbat celebration for young children and their families (newborn-young elementary students) is scheduled once a month during the academic year. The morning begins with a musical interactive service  followed by a snack and fun for the tots and social time for parents. Check the calendar for the upcoming dates.

 

 

 

First Sunday Picnic

Beth Ahabah celebrates the first day of religious school with a welcome back event for the entire family, offering time to reacquaint with old friends and make new.   Brotherhood provides refreshments, plus games and events organized into an exciting time for the kids.

Holiday Family Events

Throughout the year, Beth Ahabah hosts family celebrations for Sukkot, Chanukah, Tu B’shevat, Purim and Passover. Check the congregational calendar here for days and times of these events.

Mitzvah Corps  

This is an opportunity each month  for families to participate in good deeds that benefit many groups in our community, 

Other Family Programs

Events throughout the year include Shabbat in the Park, Havdallah programs, interfaith programs and many more. Check the congregational calendar here for days and times of these events.

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