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Youth Programming

July 16, 2014, by

This section offers some programming ideas for the youngest participants of Shabbat 2014. From toddlers and preschoolers all the way through middle school minyan participants. We have something for everyone!

Motzaei Shabbat Activities

July 16, 2014, by

This section offers some options to conclude the Shabbat in an uplifting and enlightening way. Enclosed you will find craft activities, event templates, and ideas that can be used to close out the weekend in a fun and meaningful way.

Friday Night Activities

July 15, 2014, by

This section offers several options, contacts, goals and templates on how to create a successful Friday night activity. Each of the options below can be tailored to your community or family.

Thursday Night Activities

July 15, 2014, by

This section offers some options to engage the women in your community on the importance and spirituality that encompasses the Shabbat. Each of the options below can be specifically tailored to your community or family.

Disability Inclusion Resource Guide for Rabbis

October 3, 2013, by

The Disability Inclusion Resources Guide for Rabbis is part of the Hineinu initiative and is to support Orthodox rabbis and lay leadership in to their efforts to make their synagogues more inviting to Jews of varying abilities and disabilities.

Singing a New Song

June 12, 2013, by

  Singing a New Song Download the PDF Version Here  Psalm 96, Shiru LaShem Shir Chadash is all about singing a new song because in the times of Moshiach the entire world will change their views and “Sing a New Song”. Let’s contemplate for a moment a few of the significant changes that will occur […]

Lechu Nerannena

June 12, 2013, by

Lechu Nerannena Download the PDF Version Here Kabbalat Shabbat begins with Psalm 95 and continues through Psalm 99 followed by Mizmor LeDovid, Psalm 29, and then Lecha Dodi. The Yaavetz explains that the recital of the six Psalms corresponds to the six days of the week and Shabbat corresponds to Lecha Dodi. The Malbim (1809-1879) […]