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April 22nd- Kaima Regional Event- Roller-rama 2-4 in Woodbridge NJ.
April 29th- BOWLING WITH SHOMREI TORAH'S KADIMA! 7pm at the Holiday Bowl in Oakland, NJ. Parents are responsible for finding transportation for their children. $10 for ALL MEMBERS and $15 for NON-MEMBERS.
PLEASE RSVP TO MARISSA AT firstname.lastname@example.org
Kadima is for 6th, 7th & 8th graders.
Kadima, which is the Hebrew word for “forward,” has chapters and regions throughout the world. Shomrei Torah belongs to the Northern New Jersey Hagalil Region which
has some forty-eight chapters. Local activities include sports and games, arts and crafts, bowling, leadership
activities, community service projects, fun ways to celebrate Jewish holidays, and much more. Add to that regional conventions, dances, and athletics and just
about every other kind of social, educational, charitable, cultural, artistic, and religious activity imaginable. The
goal is to inspire Jewish youth to explore, celebrate and practice ethical alues, Jewish life, and community responsibility.
For more information about Kadima, contact Marissa at kadimaMarissaM@gmail.com. For more information about Shomrei Torah, please contact the synagogue office at
973-696-2500 or email@example.com
or view the website at www.ShomreiTorahWCC.org. Find
out why Shomrei Torah’s motto is “Celebrating Tradition, Embracing the Future!”
|Where||Shomrei Torah - The Wayne Conservative Congregation 30 Hinchman Ave, Wayne, NJ 07470|
|Next on||This event is over.|
|Who to bring||Kids, Teens|
More About Shomrei Torah - The Wayne Conservative Congregation
Shomrei Torah's motto is, "Celebrating tradition, embracing the future." An affiliate of the United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism, the congregation upholds time-honored rituals and philosophies while maintaining a progressive outlook. Men and women contribute equally to congregational life, and interfaith families are welcome. Programs include youth groups, Hebrew school, and men's and women's clubs. Throughout the year, Shomrei Torah hosts parties for the congregation and entertaining events for the general public, such as comedy nights and fashion shows. Shomrei Torah does community outreach as part of the Wayne Interfaith Network, known for its food pantry, and the congregation's own "Mitzvah Corps" makes weekly visits to Emeritus of Wayne, provides transportation for homebound people and hosts dinners for homeless people.