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Parenting on a Prayer

March 2, 2021 - March 3, 2021, All Day

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We are excited to announce four different opportunities to learn with Rabbi Amy Pessah, author of Parenting on a Prayer as our next Fred and Elsie Deutsch Scholar in Residence.

In Parenting on a Prayer, Rabbi Amy Grossblatt Pessah mines the Jewish prayer book to discover key values for thoughtful parenting, relating them to the lessons she learned as the mother of three children. Across four interactive sessions, she’ll share her lessons with parents in our community. Each session will focus on a different parenting group: parents of young children, parents of teens and grandparents. There will also be a special session for preschool teachers!

Each household that registers in advance will receive a complimentary copy of Parenting on a Prayer (while supplies last).

Tuesday evening, March 2, 8 p.m.
“Parenting Young Children on a Prayer”

Young children are filled with curiosity and an innate desire to learn. Explore how Judaism can help to harness that curiosity and raise spiritual, prayerful children.

Register here.

Wednesday morning, March 3, 11 a.m.
“Grandparenting on a Prayer”

Grandparents occupy a special place in children’s lives, serving as invaluable mentors and sources of spiritual strength. Explore ways to help your own grandchildren to become more spiritual and aware of the holy moments in our lives.

Register here.

Wednesday evening, March 3, 7 p.m.
“Parenting 6th/7th-Grade Teens on a Prayer”

Our children’s teenage years are often challenging – but can be even more rewarding. This workshop for the parents of young teens focuses on the special challenges they face each day.

Register here.

Thursday evening, March 11, 8 p.m.
“Teaching on a Prayer”

A workshop designed specifically for preschool teachers as they help to educate and nurture young children.

Register here.

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