JKids – Friday Night Activity Schedule
4 Sept – Rosh Hashanah
JKids is a fun learning experience for young children (pre-Bnei-Mitzvah) in our newly furnished children’s library during the Friday evening service. Taught by Jody Segel, a former national Netzer leader, with curriculum and planning support by Tal Slome, trained primary school teacher and our youth worker, J-Kids aims to make Judaism accessible with hands-on, Jewish themed activities.
Held each Saturday morning, J-Kids Jnr is an engaging basic Hebrew and Jewish life introduction for children aged 5-9. Learn the Aleph-Bet, make new friends and enjoy the wonderful craft activities run by Jody Segel. And as an added bonus, JTalk takes the kids off their parents’ hands for an hour!
Rosh Hashanah –Monday, 14th September – 10:00-12:45
Yom Kippur – Wednesday, 23rd September – 10:00-12:45 and 15:45-17:15 (note break) – Activities will be available for children aged 4-16 throughout the Yom Kippur service. Join us for two days filled with fun activities. Arts, food, board games, sports, films and more! There is bound to be something for everybody. More details will appear in the weekly Bulletin.
Achva Day Camp (Place until first week of October) Wednesday, 7th October 07:30-16:30 – We are excited to be running Achva – a fun filled, hands on day camp. Explore Judaism in a meaningful way, learn how to code, cook (in Hebrew!), do origami, all while making new friends. Achva is open to all 8-11 year olds currently attending non-Jewish (public or private) schools.
The cost for the day will be R180 and includes breakfast, lunch and snacks.
Ayeka Youth Workshops – Sunday, 15th November – 09:30-13:30 (Place until 12th November) Ayeka will be a morning of engaging, thought provoking workshops for youth aged 12-16. Whether you are interested in social justice, gaming, dancing, sport or culture – we’ve got you covered!
Workshops will be followed by delicious staple teenage food – pizza.
Cost: R100. For info & registration on the day camp & the workshop
contact Tal: firstname.lastname@example.org or 084 495 4464 .