Kita Aleph 4:00-5:15
Kita Bet 5:30-6:45
Come celebrate Hanukkah together with our Kehillah of Lower Merion (a groups of synagogues and Jewish organizations across the Main Line) community in the glow of the Hanukkiah’s lights. Hanukkah candle lighting held twice at both 6:05 pm and 6:45 pm. Bring your family and friends! Free and open to the community.
Join us at the Jewish Relief Agency’s warehouse to pack food boxes and deliver them to needy families. This is a fun activity appropriate for the entire family. Even little kids can help. But you will need a car for the deliveries. You can go there on your own and meet up with Havurah friends for bagels before work. Please contact Ron Donagi Donagi@math.upenn.edu if you plan to join us.You can find more info about JRA.
Using the framework of Relational Judaism, we’ll have a conversation
of purpose and meaning; learning more about ourselves, one another,
and the wants and needs of our community. What key relationships to
we want to deepen through our involvement with the Havurah? What
is our communal vision for who we are and want to become? How can
our programming best reflect our shared values? Let’s learn, talk, play,
and dream – weaving a web of connection for now and our future!
This is the second meeting in a four part series. We welcome and encourage you to come to all!
Join us on the fifteenth day of the Hebrew month of Shvat. This holiday gathering will take the place of Hebrew school.
On Tu B’Shevat, we will have a feast of fruits such as dates, figs, pomegranates, grapes (all four of which have special significance in Israel and thus have special blessings), and any other available fruit — along with a potluck dinner together.