*Please note: Tiny Talmidim will not meet in February.
Join Teacher Terri as we get ready for Tu BiShevat, the holiday for trees!
Tiny Talmidim is a hands-on class that allows parents and young children the opportunity to explore the Jewish calendar together each month through movement, music, cooking, and crafts related to Jewish holidays and Jewish values. Each month at Tiny Talmidim, you can expect to learn something new, make something new, taste, sing, and experience something new with our fabulous teacher, Terri Sash. Questions? Be in touch with Rabbi Gordon email@example.com)
Saturdays at 9am: January 27 and February 10
Join our rabbis, Cantor Cohen, Shluffy the Sloth and Barak-y Raccoon for a sweet Shabbat morning celebration.
January 27: We’ll learn a little about Tu BiShevat, the Jewish New Year for Trees!
Feburary 10: Our theme this week will be love!
As always, we welcome interfaith families, GLBTQ families, nursing moms, babies and siblings of all ages, grandparents and special people, new members, first timers, neighbors and friends.
Important Dates at a Glance
Jan. 21: Pre-Confirmation & Confirmation Class meet at 9am
YACHAD Day of Service in Honor of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
Sunday, January 14th 10am-12:30pm
“Everybody can be great, because anybody can serve” (Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.)
Join us for our 3rd Annual Yachad Day of Service in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. as we come together to serve both our extended Hevreh community and the Berkshire community with with projects that will fill hearts, bellies, and pantry shelves. Families will have the choice of several service projects both on and off site to participate in. Our day will conclude with a short service commemorating the activism and memory of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., and a pizza lunch for all participants.
YACHAD Shabbat: “At the Heart of the Sea”
Saturday, January 27th, 10am-12:30pm
Join Hevreh Religious School families for a special musical Shabbat morning celebration. Our celebration features hands-on learning, prayer, adult and student break-out sessions, music and lunch. This year, Yachad Shabbat takes place on Shabbat Shira, and includes a special interactive Torah reading as we stand together at the heart of the Torah, and hear the Song of the Sea chanted.
All Hevreh Shabbat services are open to the public. You do not need to be a religious school family to attend this special Shabbat celebration. This is a great opportunity for families considering religious school to explore Hevreh and see how interactive learning takes place in our religious school.
Kiddush Lunch will be served at 12pm. All are welcome.
If you have questions or need more information, call the Hevreh office at 413-528-6378.
Generously co-sponsored by the Grinspoon Foundation.