Join Rabbi Rose for a fun service geared towards families with children ages 0-5, followed by a light lunch.
For questions or to be added to our Young Families email list, please contact Rabbi Rose.


Join Rabbi Rose for a fun service geared towards families with children ages 0-5, followed by a light lunch.
For questions or to be added to our Young Families email list, please contact Rabbi Rose.
Future dates: 3/30, 5/4


Hosts: Lana Blank and Ayal Chen-Zion

Location: Please contact the front office for the address.

Bring your little ones for a gathering of CBS’s youngest congregants! We will have a brunch buffet and mimosa bar (for the parents) and discuss some of the opportunities and challenges to involving your newly growing family in Jewish life. This event is for parents and babies under 1 year old. Toddler siblings also welcome.

To sign up, register below. Space is limited to 20 participants (excluding babies & toddlers) so please RSVP as soon as you can.
The deadline to register for this event is Sunday, February 10.

You will receive a confirmation email with your registration. It may mention needing to bring “tickets” or a “code” to the event. Please ignore this; our calendar software puts that text there by default and we cannot remove it. You will only need to bring yourself to the event.

 

Everyone is welcome to participate in the Pleasure of Your Company. If you would like to request financial assistance, please contact Carol Benedick.


Join Rabbi Rose for a fun service geared towards families with children ages 0-5, followed by a light lunch.
For questions or to be added to our Young Families email list, please contact Rabbi Rose.
Future dates: 3/30, 5/4


Ages: approximately 2-8 years

Cost: $45 for the first child, plus an additional $25 for siblings. Sign up and pay below!

Drop your kids off for some time to play, have dinner, and watch a movie! Dinner will be vegetarian (with gluten-free and dairy-free options) and served downstairs. We will watch a movie in the social hall projected onto a big screen. Please bring a blanket, pillow, lovely, and/or whatever makes your child most cozy. Feel free to come in pajamas!

This event is for ECC families, alumni and siblings. Diapers are ok, but we request that you only bring children who are ready for movies. (We know that for some kids that can be as young as 2, but for some it is definitely older.)


Join Rabbi Rose for a fun service geared towards families with children ages 0-5, followed by a light lunch.
For questions or to be added to our Young Families email list, please contact Rabbi Rose.
Future dates: 2/16, 3/30, 5/4


Join Rabbi Rose for a fun service geared towards families with children ages 0-5, followed by a light lunch.
For questions or to be added to our Young Families email list, please contact Rabbi Rose.
Future dates: 12/8, 2/16, 3/30, 5/4


Join Rabbi Rose for a fun service geared towards families with children ages 0-5, followed by a light lunch.
For questions or to be added to our Young Families email list, please contact Rabbi Rose.
Future dates: 11/10, 12/8, 2/16, 3/30, 5/4


Helping Young Children Feel Safe Even When Adults are Frightened

with Emily A. Anderson, MA, LMFT, IMH-E Level III

Thursday, March 30th, 6:00pm
5:30 Pizza Dinner – childcare available

Managing our own fears — connecting with children ages 5 and under

  • helping them feel safe, understood
  • Addressing their curiosities, fears, and misunderstandings
    about threats we perceive and they hear about

We will consider multiple ways to respond to children, both verbal and non-verbal, and also think about and practice mindful self-regulation strategies to help us regulate our anxious arousal, so that we can be fully available in our role as protectors.

Emily, a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, has worked with infants, very young children, and families in various capacities for over 13 years. While completing her Master’s degree in Psychology, her focus was on early intervention with families considered to be at-risk, including adolescent parents and their babies.  She is currently part of a small clinic that treats the emotional, social, and behavioral challenges of early childhood, via play therapy, parent support, and occupational therapy.  Prior to this, she worked as a Clinician for the Stroum Jewish Community Center’s Early Childhood School, providing ongoing relationship-based clinical support to children age 0-5 and their families, and implementing professional development for faculty and staff. She is endorsed as an Infant Mental Health Specialist (that’s what the other letters behind her name mean!) and has extensive training with young children with pervasive developmental delays such as Autism Spectrum Disorder.  She and her family are also members here at Congregation Beth Shalom.

 

Pizza dinner is free. Please RSVP.

 


Rabbi Dina Rosenberg, candidate for the position of Assistant Rabbi, will lead a program for  all young families, with toddlers through 2nd grade and any interested adults. This program is geared towards all our families with kids in this age range (including siblings, parents, grandparents), and will be joining with our religious school pre-K- 2nd grade students as part of their regular Sunday morning schedule.  Please join us in the Sanctuary.

For information about additional events this weekend related to the assistant rabbi search, see our full calendar of events.

You can find information about the assistant rabbi search here.

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