Preschool / Early Childhood

Download the 2016-17 PreK Schedule of Services

Story Hour (ages 3-5)

Story Hour: a one-hour program held once a month on a Sunday where 3- 5 year olds are introduced to the Jewish holidays through stories, songs and arts & craft projects. Children are exposed to Judaism in a fun, creative way, which helps them to create a positive Jewish identity. One does not have to be a member of the synagogue to participate and there is no charge involved.

Shabbat Soup, Song & Story Hour

Led by Rabbi Benjamin
Friday Nights, 5:30 – 6:30 P.M.

Check the calendar for schedule.

Geared toward families with children 6 and under (though older siblings are always welcome to participate), Shabbat Soup, Song & Story is a fun-filled time for all. For 20 – 30 minutes, Rabbi Benjamin leads parents and children in Shabbat songs, (including his famous “Put a chicken in the pot” song), dancing, singing the Shema, Torah marching and reads an age-appropriate story or two. After putting the Torah away, there is a Shabbat dinner of Challah, Kosher Chicken soup (veggie is available upon request) and a special dessert is waiting for the children. Candles are lit, Shabbat blessings are sung and then the children eat while the parents schmooze! This program is FREE. RSVP’s to are appreciated.

PJ Library – Free Jewish Books

Free Jewish books for children up to age 6

Selections feature a wide array of themes such as Jewish holidays, folktales and Jewish family life. Sign up to have your child receive a free Jewish book in the mail each month.

Register online  via email at or phone at 617-558-6587.