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TOT SHABBAT, DALET & HEY SHABBAT & DINNER
Songs, stories, friends and fun for children aged 6 and under, their siblings and parents will usher in Shabbat on Friday, April 20 at 5:45 pm at Shomrei Torah – the Wayne Conservative Congregation - located at 30 Hinchman Avenue, Wayne.
The mini service will be followed by Shabbat
dinner starting at 6:30 pm. ALL NEW AND PROSPECTIVE MEMBERS ARE INVITED TO ATTEND THE DINNER FOR FREE.
Joining the “Tot Shabbaters” who wish to attend the dinner will be those attending the regular Kabbalat Shabbat service that begins at 8:00 pm. This later service will be lead by Shomrei Torah’s Dalet and Hey (4th & 5th grades) Hebrew School class and will also include. This later service will be followed by an Oneg Shabbat (dessert reception).
The services, dinner and dessert reception are
open to the community at large. There is a charge for the dinner. To find out the cost and to make a reservation for the dinner, contact the synagogue office at 973-696-2500 or office@ShomreiTorahWCC.org. For more information, see the synagogue's website at www.ShomreiTorahWCC.org.
Shomrei Torah, an egalitarian Conservative
congregation affiliated with the United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism, serves and has members in the communities of Wayne, Pompton Plains, Pompton Lakes,
Pequannock, Lincoln Park, Towaco, Riverdale, Wyckoff, Franklin Lakes, Oakland, Butler, Kinnelon, Totowa, West Paterson, and surrounding areas.
|Where||Shomrei Torah - The Wayne Conservative Congregation 30 Hinchman Ave, Wayne, NJ 07470|
|Next on||This event is over.|
|Who to bring||College Students, Moms, Dads, Singles, Everyone, Kids, Teens, Families, Seniors|
|Price||$ for dinner|
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.