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a few inspired parents created Shabbat b'Yachad (3) a parade (3) a program for families with children five years old and younger. Their goal was to create a davening community in which entire families could experience the joy and wonder of Jewish celebration and observance. The program that emerged was a Shabbat servic (3) a story (3) and a lot of movement to keep our young children engaged. At the end of each service (3) but who were not comfortable forcing their young children to sit through adult services. When these parents came to the synagogue (3) discussions on themes that arise from the prayers (3) families gather for a mini-Kiddush. The entire service (3) including our mini-Kiddush (3) lasts about an hour and runs from 11 a.m. to noon on Saturday morning. Following the program (3) OWNER: Beit Hallel RESOURCE TYPE: Book and CD STATUS: Available SHELF NUMBER: L1 DESCRIPTION: Shabbat b'Yachad is the creation of a number of parents with young children who wanted a way to celebrate Shabbat that extended beyond Friday-night home rituals (1) OWNER: Beit Hallel RESOURCE TYPE: Book STATUS: Available SHELF NUMBER: K1 DESCRIPTION: Shabbat b'Yachad is the creation of a number of parents with young children who wanted a way to celebrate Shabbat that extended beyond Friday-night home rituals (2) some parents continue to socialize (3) that included children's songs (3) they usually spent most of the morning watching their children outside by the sandbox. Even parents who left their slightly older children in childcare were not completely satisfied. At the least (3) they wanted to celebrate Shabbat with their children and other families. Out of this desire (3) they wanted to spend their weekends with their children. Ideally (3) traditional prayer (3) while others join the congregation for the conclusion of the Shabbat morning service. COVER TYPE: Soft (3)
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