Shabbat Programming

 

YOUTH GROUPS

Junior Congregation starts at 9:45 AM. There will be two age groups:
Group 1: 1st to 3rd graders will meet in the social hall
Group 2: 4th and 5th graders will meet in the back left room of the social hall

Following junior congregation, both groups will join together for a small Youth Kiddush. After Kiddush, the kids will be offered an opportunity to pick from two to three structured activities/games lead by one of our group leader.

Nursery, Pre K and Kindergarten groups start at 9:45 AM in the back right room of the social hall. This group has their own davening and snacks will be provided. At the end of shul, it is required that a parent pick up their child from this group.

If your child(ren) do not wish to participate in youth groups, we request that they sit with you in shul. We are asking that children do not walk/run around shul, play by the stairs, in the corner alcoves or play unsupervised outside the building. While most children are quiet and respectful, their lack of participation detracts from the atmosphere the group leaders are trying to create.


Mommy and Me

We are back to our regular every other week Mommy and Me. This year, we are looking for Moms to help out with this event. We provide lots of assistance and guidance - no previous Mommy and Me experience needed!
If you are interested in taking a turn, please email youth@arzeidarom.org.

Mommy and Me takes place in the left side classroom at 10:30 AM on the following dates. All children, ages 0-3 accompanied by a parent, are welcome and encouraged to attend. 


SPONSOR YOUTH KIDDUSH

Sponsor the Youth Kiddush for $30 to celebrate a Child's birthday, recognition of achievements or in support of our Youth Groups. To schedule your week to sponsorship please email youth@arzeidarom.org.

Please be advised that the Arzei Darom does not provide any supervision of children outside of the building, outside of structured activities. We are very concerned about the safety of all of the children and ask that no children be permitted to stay outside on their own, climb on the trees or fence, or run into the street. We also ask that all parents remind their children to be respectful of the property and cars and not participate in any destructive behavior.

 

Wed, December 13 2017 25 Kislev 5778