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BET is for Baby
Sunday, February 10 @ 10:30 am - 12:00 pm
An event every week that begins at 10:30am on Sunday, repeating until February 10, 2019
Loving God, what is more precious than our children? Is there any treasure that can be more beloved, more pure than the cherished souls we have brought into the world? Help me guide them well, dear God, and help them lead their lives with faith, wisdom, and truth (Rebbe Nachman of Breslov). Join us for a three-week course about everything baby! Especially crafted for first time pregnant couples and individuals, these mornings will be spent discussing the details of the Brit Mila and baby naming, childhood celebrations, and the ins-and-outs of raising a Jewish child. Meet with our clergy, educators, and health practitioners from the community to discuss, learn, ask questions, and to create fellowship with other individuals who are at this similar stage in life. This course is free and open to everybody. RSVP required to Jill Rosner at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sunday, January 27 | Brit Mila and Baby Naming – All You Wanted To Know: Join Rabbi Neil Sandler and Rabbi Ariel Asa for this informative and eye-opening session about this first Jewish rite of passage.
Sunday, February 3 | Raising Jewish Children: A Guide for the Perplexed – An Introduction to a New Jewish World and How To Guide Your Family Through It: With Beth Arnold Helmey, Director of Ahava Early Learning Center, and Caryn Hanrahan, CNM
Sunday, February 10 | Celebrating Your Child, Celebrating Your Jewish Family: Judaism is about taking movements in life and celebrating them, holding them up so that the ordinary becomes extraordinary. No place is this more true than within our families and our baby/child’s life. Join Rabbi Rosenthal as we explore all the amazing ways that we can celebrate our children and bring family together from the time of birth onward. Don’t wait until our children having a Bar/Bat Mitzvah to honor their spiritual journey. Come and learn about all the ways that Judaism has to guide us on our spiritual journey and make it holy.