Families with babies to kindergarten age will join Rabbi Donni Aaron & Max Handelman for a musical, story-filled service. Older school students will gather with Rabbi David Russo for a spirited Kabbalat Shabbat (Welcoming Shabbat) service. Each service ends at 6:30pm, followed by a delicious Shabbat dinner and then playtime in our gym for the kids. As always – our fabulous teen educators will be sharing story books with kids in small groups by age before dessert and play time in the gym.
Food allergies or restrictions?
We will accommodate Gluten Free and Vegetarian meal options; other allergies or restrictions will be handled on a case by case basis and we may not be able to accommodate the request. Please list any allergy or dietary restrictions you or anyone in your party may have (i.e. allergies, gluten free, vegetarian) no later than July 26.
Contact Kim Carter for question menu/allergies at firstname.lastname@example.org
If this is your first time joining us, dinner is on us. We’ll even set you up with a buddy family to show you the way.
Registration coming soon!
*Please note Anshe Emet strives to be an accessible and welcoming resource for the community by offering affordable experiences, including Shabbat dinners. The price of dinner does not reflect the true cost of the meal and service provided. If you are able, please consider covering the full cost of your Shabbat meal, or helping to cover the cost of someone else. Options are listed in the registration link. Would you like to become a sponsor of a Young Family Dinner in honor of a special event or simcha please contact Maxine Handelman at email@example.com for more information! We would love to honor your special occasion!