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Chizuk Amuno Congregation


We welcome you and your family to continue to learn and pray with us each day in ways that we
believe will elevate your search for meaning and deepen your faith.

We also invite you to keep in touch, reach out to us in times of need, and stay informed as
we explore together the challenges and responses to COVID-19 through a Jewish lens.

Although our campus is temporarily closed, our community and all that we are able to
offer at this time remain available and open to you in new and exciting ways. Some of our current offerings are listed below.
May we all enjoy in peace, community, and good health!

Baltimore Festival of Jewish Literature Culminating Event

November 18, 2018, 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Chizuk Amuno
8100 Stevenson Road
Baltimore, MD 21208

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$5/child (includes program & pizza dinner) RSVP requested by November 12 at Parents are welcome to drop off their kids and go to adult program.

Children must be accompanied by an adult.

Join Becky Gordon and the Yofi Tofi Puppets for an interactive Thanksgiving program of song and story.  An adaptation of the PJ Library book, Rivka’s First Thanksgiving, will be featured.





AGES 5-9
Come and meet Ellen Kahan Zager and Harriet Cohen Helfand and learn how the words of Torah inspired their new PJ Library book, And There Was Evening And There Was Morning. After, enjoy a workshop on how letters and rhymes can come together to form visual and literary images that bring inspiration and joy.





AGES 10-14
Come join artist and Rabbi Mat Tonti, soon to be published as a PJ Our Way Author, as he presents stories from his upcoming graphic novel the Book of Secrets. This is the story of two children who receive a mysterious book from their missing grandparents. Rabbi Tonti will project the images onto a screen and will have participants from the audience act out roles from the book.






Author Jeremy Dauber offers a rich account of Jewish humor: its nature, its development, and its vital role throughout Jewish history.







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