Fridays, April 20 - June 22, 2018
10:00 - 11:00 am
11:15 am - 12:15 pm
Ages 0-4 with their grown-ups
Join Annie Matan on Friday mornings to celebrate Shabbat, family and community.
Shabbat Groove is a spacious, playful and meaningful hour where children and their grownups can connect through songs, stories, movement and rest. Our community proudly includes all kinds of families: LGBTQ+, interfaith, Jewish, Jew-ish and those of other backgrounds who are curious about Shabbat and seeking community. We welcome participants of all abilities. Children bring the grownups who love them: their caregivers, parents, grandparents, and friends. Co-presented with PJ Library and Matanot Lev
Family Service at 5:30 pm, followed by a Kosher Shabbat dinner at 6:00 pm, kids programming to follow
Location: Holy Blossom Temple
All are welcome at the No Shush Intergenerational Shabbat. Come alone or with your whole family to a relaxed, playful, and accessible Shabbat experience. Individuals and families of all backgrounds and Jewish affiliations are welcome. Kosher mediterranean-themed dinner provided (gluten-free, vegetarian options available upon request). After dinner, explore multi-sensory Shabbat-related activities. Dinner is preceded by a joyful and interactive Shabbat service, led by Rabbi Noam Katz.
Services, dinner and childrens programming are free. Donations to support the event are encouraged. Register here to save your spot.
MNjcc’s Shabbat Together is a monthly series emphasizing positive, accessible and meaningful Shabbat experiences for the downtown Jewish community. Each Shabbat Together offers participatory services, blessings, dinner and interactive activities.
No Shush Shabbats serve families and individuals who have felt ‘shushed’ out of Jewish communal spaces or who have not been able to enjoy them due to a lack of accessibility. These are family-friendly, inclusive, participatory, energetic and noisy by design!
LGBTQ+ Ally Shabbats provide a welcoming space for those who identify as part of the wider Jewish LGBTQ+ community to connect in a meaningful, inclusive way during Shabbat.
Community Shabbats welcome those in the Jewish community who may experience financial or other barriers to celebrating or observing Shabbat.
Generously supported by Mazon Canada and Nathens, Siegel LLP