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!
A family friendly and spirited service led by our school educators for families with students in grades k-4. Our interactive service which our children help lead includes Torah reading and family participation. Family services continue with a special Kiddush followed by play in our gymnasium.
A special Shabbat morning experience designed specifically for our 5th and 6th grade Chizuk Amuno students as they prepare to become a part of our adult community. Simhat Shabbat is an engaging, energetic, and meaningful experience where our students explore prayer in a fun and social environment. Students take an active role in the service and read from the Torah.
Bring your infants and toddlers to an interactive Tot Shabbat. Join Melissa Berman, Chizuk’s Young Families Coordinator, for songs, puppets, stories and more in the Goldsmith Music Room. No RSVP Required. Contact Melissa Berman.
Fridays, 9:15 a.m.
2019: September 6, 20 October 4, 18 November 1, 15 December 6
2020: January 3, 17 February 7 March 6, 20 April 3 May 1, 15 June 5
TORAH FOR TOTS – SHABBAT MORNINGS – 10:30 A.M.
Torah for Tots is an interactive family service for children up to age 5 and their grown-ups. Singing, dancing, snacks, stories, and so much more!
Join us for an engaging, relevant, and musical Shabbat morning service designed specifically for our community’s post B’nei Mitzvah teenagers. This fun, teen-led service is an exciting way for our young adults to celebrate Shabbat while continuing their Jewish journey.