Temple Chayai Shalom welcomes families with young children to a Friday night dinner and service. The evening starts with a pizza dinner at 5:30 p.m., followed at 6 by a special Shabbat service designed for families with children to grade 2. The January service theme is Tu BiShvat, the birthday of trees.
The half-hour program will engage young children with songs, movement and stories. After the service, families can enjoy refreshments and have fun creating tree-themed crafts out of cardboard tubes, paper, colors and more.
Services will be led by Rabbi Kenneth Carr and Cantorial Soloist David Rothberg. During dinner, before services and refreshments after, participants can meet the clergy and other families. It’s a warm, friendly, social time.
Temple Chayai Shalom members and non-members are welcome to attend.
Tot Shabbat services are offered on the first Friday of most months, each with a different theme.+ More... - Less...
239 Depot St
South Easton, MA 02375
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