Temple Sholom Holds Program for Preschoolers to Learn Sukkot

Parents and Kids Learn Together With Jews Clues

On Sunday, September 30, from 10:30 a.m. until noon, Temple Sholom of Fanwood/Scotch Plains will offer a special preschool-age class on Sukkot designed for children ages 2 to 4 with a caregiver as part of its “Jews Clues” series exploring holidays, stories and traditions through play, music, arts and crafts.

The program will take place at Union Catholic High School in Scotch Plains. Cost is $15 per session.

“When the families arrive that morning, they go on a hunt for the three ‘Jews clues’ hidden around the room,” explains Director of Education Michelle Shapiro Abraham. “When they find the clues, they figure out together what Jewish tradition they are learning about that day.” 

 All families are welcome to participate in this exceptional program. Temple membership or any previous knowledge of Judaism is not required. The Jews Clues Celebration Series offers a wonderful way to get to know other young families while gaining tools to bring Judaism into your home. Older siblings not enrolled in Temple Sholom’s religious school are welcome to visit the religious school classes for the morning.

To register or for more information about Temple Sholom's worship and programs for young families, please visit www.sholomnj.org or call 908-889-4900.


About Temple Sholom

Founded in 1913, Temple Sholom is a Reform Jewish Congregation led by Rabbi Joel N. Abraham. The Temple and its religious school is home to about 250 families from the greater Scotch Plains-Fanwood area. Currently residing within the Fanwood Presbyterian Church, the Temple has purchased five acres of land in Scotch Plains for its future home. Temple Sholom is a member of the Union for Reform Judaism. For more information about the Temple or joining the congregation, please call 908-889-4900, e-mail sholom@sholomnj.org, or visit www.sholomnj.org.


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