Shabbat belongs to all of us!
Shabbat Shelanu (our Shabbat) is a new 13-week pilot program for Pittsburgh families with children aged 0-3.
Fridays, March 5 – May 28
10:30 -11:30 AM
Spaces are limited to 15 families on a first-come, first-served basis, so register today!
($72 per family)
Help your child(ren) learn about Shabbat and Jewish holidays while having fun and connecting with other families!
This program will be led by Early Childhood Educator, Deb Taylor.
Each week you will receive a mailed box of materials to bring this program to life in your home.
In order to ensure you receive your first box on time, you must register by Thursday, February 25. If there are open spaces in the program after this date, you may still register, but please note that your first box may not arrive on time.
Participants are encouraged to attend all sessions.
Sessions will take place on Zoom every Friday at 10:30 AM from March 5 to May 28.
There will also be three parents-only events.
All dates listed below.
Every family is welcome, no matter your relationship to Judaism.
Full inclusion is a core value of Jewish Pittsburgh.
The Jewish Federation welcomes invitees of all backgrounds, races, religious affiliations, sexual orientations and gender expressions.
Contact Meryl Franzos at firstname.lastname@example.org or 412-992-5204 to discuss accommodation for accessibility or scholarship.
Generously sponsored by the Karp Family Foundation.
Each session will last about a half hour, with additional time for socializing!
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