Shabbat Morning Children’s Learning and Spirituality
Come join us for a fun filled Shabbat morning while your parents are at shul! Learn, daven and play with friends! Special Kiddush/snacks provided.
We Welcome CBI Shabbat Youth Groups
9:30 am – 11:00 am
Unstructured Supervised Play
Sukkah patio, Library (temporary Gan Shalom), and Magic Carpet (social hall)
All children are invited for supervised indoor and outdoor free play (Sukkah patio & Library) from 9:30 am to 11 a.m. Children under the age of 2 must be accompanied by a parent or designated adult. Children of that age can also join their parents on the Magic Carpet (North-West corner of the shul’s social hall, designated for our sweet crawlers). The shul’s front yard, by the women’s section, is not available for free play during Shabbat services.
11:00 am – 11:15 am
Mifgash (Communal Gathering)
Library (temporary Gan Shalom)
All children ages 2 to 2nd graders are invited for a Mifgash (gathering) at the shul’s library for snack and sendoff to groups. 3rd to 5th graders meet at the Shul Club at this time for snack and opening activity.
11:15 am – 12:00 pm
Magic Carpet (Social Hall), Library (temporary Gan Shalom), Shul Tree House (upstairs classroom), Shul Club (front office)
Babies & Tots (0-2) - Magic Carpet: Unsupervised play. Child must be accompanied by a designated adult at all times.
Ketanim (3-4) - Sukkah & Library: Shabbat tefillah (prayer), informal Parshah learning and related activity.
Shul Tree House (K-2nd grade) - Upstairs Classroom: Shabbat tefillah (prayer), informal Parshah learning and related activity.
Shul Club - (3rd-5th grade) - Front Office: Shabbat tefillah (prayer), informal Parshah learning and related activity.
*The shul’s front yard, by the women’s section, as well as the Sukkah patio are not available for free play during this time.
Questions? Contact the Youth Education Director: Ma'ayan Rabinovich, firstname.lastname@example.org or 510-219-0275
Tanach and Talmud (for teens)
This course is an informal but intensive study group focusing on close thematic readings of the Tanach and Talmud in translation. will resume in the fall and will continue weekly except for Jewish holidays and school vacations.
David Henkin - Monday, 4:15-5:45 p.m.