Parent Havurah

 

BJEP’s Parent Havurah is a learning community for parents that allows us to spend time with like-minded folks who are raising our children to be Jewish.  While our kids are in class, we explore topics relevant to modern Jewish lives in an inclusive, comfortable setting where we are encouraged to voice our opinions and share our perspectives. We leave each class with new ideas for ourselves, and even more importantly, we discover what we want to teach our children.

Parenting Through a Jewish Lens
This year we are hosting another monthly Parenting Through a Jewish Lens at BJEP! The course runs monthly from November 13 2016 to April 2, 2017. This 6-week program offered by Hebrew College and CJP is a great way to meet other parents, get parenting support and learn about Judaism. Our class meets on Sundays at BJEP, monthly 10 – 11:30 AM. Free babysitting is included and this class is free for parents in the Seedlings program. We will have the same dynamic teacher Rabbi Hillel Greene.

Parenting Your Tween Through a Jewish Lens
For parents of kids 9-13 (Parents of 4th-8th graders)
New this year! This 5-session class supports parents as their children are getting more independent. Learn from both ancient and contemporary sources of wisdom that you are not alone in this new parenting stage. Parenting your Tween meets on Sundays from 9:45 – 11:15 AM and runs from January to March 2017. Topics include: Fostering an Ethic of Caring and New Freedoms & Setting Limits. It’s taught by master teacher Ronit Ziv-Kreger.

Click HERE to sign up for either parenting class today.

Sunday Morning, Adult Torah Study
10:00am – 12:00pm in the Mandel Atrium
(Every Sunday BJEP is in session)

Led by: Evan Hershenson, MA. Judaic Studies

No background is necessary! Feel free to bring a Torah/Bible or borrow one of ours. This semester we will be delving into the book of Joshua. As in all books of the Torah, we are confronted by both inspirational words and great challenges to our modern sensibility. Feel free to drop in and engage in respectful dialogue. A donation for the semester is suggested, but if it is a financial hardship, please speak to me – all conversations are confidential and you are welcome to attend regardless. Hope to see you there!