Families with School-Aged Children


Temple Emanuel focuses on supporting not only the adults but also our school-aged children. With our Religious School, Youth groups, and beyond, our school-aged children connect with Judaism and each other in meaningful ways.

No Sew Blankets for the Needy
Attend Zoom Meeting on Sunday, November 22 at 3:00pm
Pick up materials on Sunday, November 22 from 10:00am-7:00pm

Drop off completed blankets on Sunday, November 29 from 10:00am-7:00pm
TEMTY and Jr TEMTY joins The Kindness Collaborative to help make No Sew Blankets for the needy.  You can make a difference in someone’s life!  Contact Sherry Gordon-Shulik to sign up!

Shabbat ShaMorning
Saturday, November 21st, 11:00am
Join Shira Kline (aka ShirLaLa) and Ellen Allard on Saturday mornings for 30 minutes of song, dance, and love for families with young children. Tune in with your little ones for heartwarming time together and a weekly pause for collective joy. Enjoy from your kitchen table or high chair, dance around the living room or backyard, wear something special, invite your puppy, bring your instruments, let’s play. Whether you’re a regular Saturday morning Sh’ma Singer or it’s your first time in the expansive garden of Shabbat, all are welcome. 

Hosted by @reformjudaism.org. Brought to you in partnership with @Lab/Shul and Ellen Allard. Grade: Pre-K, K-3 with families Click here to register.

Hidden Recipes: Southern Fried Shabbat
Sunday, November 22nd, 4:30pm
Jews across the globe developed many food traditions. In this episode of Hidden Recipes, we get a taste of the Southern United States where fried chicken is the centerpiece of Southern Fried Shabbat.

Hosted by chef and food blogger Marisa Baggett. Grade: 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, K-3 with families, 4-7 with families.  Click here to Register.


Interactive Jewish Experiences for Everyone in Your Family

RJ on the Go is your virtual home for interactive, meaningful, and joyous Jewish experiences. Explore your Judaism through science, art, text, and more from the comfort of your own home, and build your Jewish community as you go.
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