Welcome 5772! May this New Year will be a year of health, happiness and sweetness for everyone! Here in the Torah Center we celebrated in style with our special Rosh Hashanah programming:
Thanks to all the teen and adult volunters who made it possible! A few took a moment to strike a pose:
On Sunday, students in Kindergarten-2nd Grade met with Rabbi Locketz to look at the Torah:
Our 3rd Grade students created art using their “hands” to think about what they can do differently during the coming year:
In Mrs. Sufrin’s class, our 4th Grade students tried blowing the shofar:
On Monday, our 7th Graders participated enthusiastically in their classes:
Our 9th Grade students enjoyed their Comparative Religions class:
And Hafsakah (break) is of course a highlight of the Jewish High School:
Another great week!
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Torah Center Yom Kippur Programming for Kindergarten-6th Grade on Saturday, October 8th at 9 am
Teen Yom Kippur Service for Grades 7-12, Saturday, October 8th at 11:45 am
Sukkot Family Day on Sunday, October 9th, 10am-12 noon (no regular Torah Center classes that morning); Come decorate our outdoor sukkah and participate in fun Sukkot activites for the entire family!
Erev Sukkot Dinner and Service on Wednesday, October 12th; Free Spaghetti Dinner at 6 pm, Service at 7 pm. All are invited to attend! RSVP for dinner to Helaine at [email protected]