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Parenting Through a Jewish Lens at Temple Emanuel in Newton
Parenting Through a Jewish Lens is a 10-week program that brings together caring parents and expert facilitators. Energetic and memorable conversations lead to greater understanding of your vital role as a parent. Explore core values that can strengthen your family. Learn with expert instructors who understand your concerns as a parent.
Judy Elkin is a long-time Jewish educator and a certified personal and professional coach, working with individuals, couples and professional teams. As a Jewish educator, she has worked with adolescents, parents, parent educators, teachers and graduate students, and was the founding director of Ramah Family Camp. Learn more about Elkin at her website, www.judyelkin.com.
Rabbi Michelle Robinson has made her home at Temple Emanuel of Newton since 1999. She is deeply committed to sharing her love of text study with others and has greatly enjoyed teaching in Hebrew College’s Parenting Through a Jewish Lens program since its inception. She and her husband, Mike, have three children.
This program is offered by Hebrew College and CJP's Commission on Jewish Life and Learning.
Participants hail from all backgrounds and faith traditions, and include interfaith families and single parents.
Free on-site babysitting.
For more information contact
Elisha Gechter at 617-559-8733 email@example.com
Or visit www.hebrewcollege.edu/parenting
More About Temple Emanuel
Temple Emanuel is a conservative synagogue with more than 1,100 families in its membership. The temple is egalitarian and offers a wide variety of social, religious and educatioanl activities. Services are held every Saturday and a tot shabbat is also held each month. Check their website for accurate start times. Parking is limited.