Please join us for in person services on Yom Kippur. These services will most likely be held indoors due to rain forecast.
  1. Children are welcome in the main sanctuary, but, to ensure physical distancing, all children in the sanctuary must remain with their adult at all times.
  2. Children and adults are required to mask at all times when in the synagogue building.
  3. Supervised quiet time is available for kids who can stay masked and maintain social distancing independently.
Looking for supervised quiet time and snack volunteers, please email me if you are interested.
Snacks will be provided by shul in a covered area under the sukkah for outdoor, socially distanced snacking.
Wednesday, September 15 7:00-8:00 pm
Reflection service and activity ages 8 and up

Thursday, September 16 10:30-12:30 pm

Tot Service(Ms. Meryl in the Double Classroom) Tot Yom Kippur will be filled with songs, stuffed animals, stories, and more. Children ages 2-4 are welcome with their parents for some Yom Kippur tot vibes.

Mini-Minyan(Ms. Bonnie and Ms. Sarah in the Youth Lounge) For children ages 4-7, we will offer a service full of songs, dances, stories, and activities. With wonder and creativity at the heart of this service, come for a meaningful Yom Kippur morning.

Jr. Congregation(Ms. Chaviva in the Chapel) For children ages 7-12, will learn new and old tunes, practice lay-leading skills, and to discuss the meaning of Yom Kippur.

Thursday, September 16 10:30-2:00 pm
Supervised quiet time in the kids' library. Kids can read, rest, or play quietly while their grown-ups go to services. Kids must be able to stay masked the entire time.

Thursday, September 16 6:30-7:30 pm
Song Circle and guided yoga for children ages 8 and older.
Register now so we will be able to plan and staff accordingly.
Shul School: OPENING DAY THIS SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 19! Drop off starts at 8:50 and pick up starts at 11:20. INFORMATIONAL EMAIL IS COMING SHORTLY!
Looking for 1-2 snack volunteers each week. Please click the link to register!