Our Sunday meetings occur fifteen times throughout academic year, from 9:10 am until noon. The meetings begin with singing and a candlelighting/hamotze ceremony with the adults and children together. The children then go to Sunday School, which begins with an assembly with parents and children highlighting the upcoming holiday or theme of the Sunday School for that day.
We celebrate many Jewish holidays with adults and children together.
Each year, the congregation organizes a group weekend at a New Hampshire ski resort. We occupy several buildings of the resort and have our own private dining area. Typical activities include skiing, snowshoeing, tubing, swimming, board games, reading, shopping, and socializing. The weekend provides an opportunity for adults and children to get to know each other better, to spark new friendships, and to have lots of fun.
Potluck dinners, held in members' homes, are a great opportunity for members to get together in an informal, fun, and lively (and tasty!) atmosphere. Held on Saturday nights, we celebrate Havdalah together.
Family Farm Day
Twice yearly, our families visit a farm and help bring local food to food pantries.