We invite you to join us for uplifting, meaningful and fun services for you and your children.
Friday, December 19: Family Chanukah Sbabbat Service and Dinner: 6:30PM Dinner/7:30PM Service
Please call for more information: 914 967-4382 x18 or email Scott Allen, our Executive Director
Little Ones Laughs, Latkes and Lights Young Families Celebration
Friday, December 12, 5:30PM
Begin your Chanukah celebration right with Emanu-El’s Little Ones Laughs, Latkes and Lights Young Families Celebration. After a fun, musical service for Shabbat we’ll light the Chanukah candles in anticipation of the coming festival. It’s then time for latkes and games; crafts and more music. With bellies full of dinner and Chanukah treats, we’ll head home ready to enjoy Chanukah with family and friends. Please bring one unwrapped toy for the UJA annual gift drive. Open to the community. RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org. Learn more.
Youth Group & Hineini with Friendship Circle Group
Sunday, December 14, Time, 11:00AM
Our 7th grade Hineini students and our Youth Group welcome children and teens of the Friendship Circle for a Chanukah celebration. We’re excited to host these amazing people with special needs and to share the glow of Chanukah Light with each one of them. To find out more, contact Jane Dubro at 914-967-4382 x21 or email@example.com.
Women’s Study Group Chanukah Pot Luck dinner
Tuesday, December 16, 6:30PM
The women of the congregation join together for the annual Women’s Study Group Chanukah Pot Luck dinner. Learn with our Religious Educator Marcie Aiuvalasit and Cantor Meredith Stone—we will give thanks, bask in the light, and enjoy a delicious meal together.
Chanukah Shabbat Dinner
Friday, December 19, 6:30PM
Our annual Chanukah Shabbat dinner. Famous fried chicken and homemade latkes fill up the tables of our beautiful Susan Schweitzer Family Learning Center. Come celebrate with your family and your extended Emanu-El family! Open to the community. RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Family Service: Chanukah Celebration
Friday, December 19, 7:30PM
B.Y.O.M. (Bring Your Own Menorah) for our annual Shabbat celebration of Chanukah. We’ll get in the Chanukah spirit with our band and annual sing-a-long. We will also honor our teachers and teaching assistants in recognition of all they do for our children. Don’t forget your menorah so that you can help create a warm glow for all at this fun, inspiring service. Following the service we’ll have our annual Spinagogue dreidle spinning competition. Free. Open to the community.
Chanukah Pre-K and Kindergarten Drop-Off Program
Sunday, December 21, 9:30AM – 11:45AM
The celebration continues for your Pre-K and Kindergarten students at our drop-off religious school program. We’ll learn the exciting story of Chanukah through age appropriate games, singing, and Chanukah fun. This wonderful program is our gift to the community as your family begins its Jewish Journey. Free and open to the community, please let your friends know. Free. Open to the community. RSVP to email@example.com.
Mark your calendars for December events:
December 4 – Sacred Aging: Continuing the Discussions – 7:00PM
December 5 – Pride Shabbat: Welcoming the LGBTQ Community – 7:30PM
December 7 – Our Path: Jewish Ethics Discussion with Rabbi Goldsmith – 10:45AM
December 7 – Gallery Opening with Rabbi Wolk – 12:00PM
December 7 – A Night At The Movies: Rashevski’s Tango – 4:00PM
December 8 - Let’s Play Mah Jongg and Game Night – 7:00PM
December 12 – Little Ones Laughs, Latkes and Lights Young Families Chanukah Celebration – 5:30PM
December 14 – Youth Group and Hineini Chanukah Friendship Circle Group – 11:00AM
December 16 – Women’s Study Group Pot Luck Chanukah Dinner – 6:30PM
December 16 – Chanukah Shabbat Dinner – 6:30PM
December 16 – Chanukah Family Shabbat Service – 7:30PM
December 21 – Chanukah Pre-K and Kindergarten Program – 9:30AM
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