Shabbat Kulanu Intergenerational Chanukah Kabbalat Shabbat

"Kulanu," meaning "all of us" in Hebrew, captures the feeling of togetherness that we experience on Friday night when we join as a community to pray, eat, and schmooze.

Our rabbi and cantor “tweak” our already-family-friendly Shabbat eve service to accommodate young children and parents. Lots of singing, and freedom to get up and wander around!

Following the service is our ever-popular Shabbat potluck dinner including a catered entree and more singing and moving around!

The challah for this dinner was made by grades K,1,&4 students and parents.  3rd graders made Chanukah sugar cookies for dessert.

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2018-2019 dates: 9/28/18, 11/30/18, 1/25/19, 3/1/19, 4/5/19, 5/31/19



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