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  • Baby Loves ShabbatSpring Session starting April 29

    Outdoor Mommy & Me + Challah baking
    A Zumbini music & movement class with a Jewish twist makes for the perfect bonding experience with your little one.
    Sign up now to get your first class free.
    Join the fun
  • Shavuot Family EventSunday June 5 | 10:30 AM
    Experience Shavuot like never before!
    Hear the ten commandments while munching on delicious Cheesecakes and Ice Creams (Non-Dairy available)
    Crafts & Activities for the kids
    RSVP Here
  • Hebrew School of the ArtsGive your child the gift of explore Judaism through the arts. Crafts, Baking, Drama & more. You can still join in middle of the year! Check it out. Register Now
  • Jewish Women's CircleNext Event Coming Soon in May. Stay Tuned...

    A vibrant group of women who meet together to socialize, learn, discuss and explore more about their Judaism and its roots. All our meetings include arts and crafts, cooking, baking or a hands-on demonstration. All are welcome; no background needed.
    Join Here
  • Jewish Teen GroupEngaging Teens in a fun exciting and Jewish environment
    Reach out and find out more
    Get Involved Here
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Upcoming Holiday
May 19
Daily Thought
Why is Torah compared to light? Because it tells us the place of each thing. Because, in truth, there is no need to change the world. Everything is here. Each thing has a place, and in that place it is good. Altogether, it is very good, a beautiful world. All that’s needed is a little light. What is light? Light doesn't add anything or take away. It only reveals the meaning and purpose of all that it shines upon. Think of your own home. In the dark, there is no way to know what belongs in your closet and what belongs in the laundry, what is ready for use and what is in need of repair....
Learning & Inspiration
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