Posts by Marla Lecin

Congregation Knesseth Israel

Congregation Knesseth Israel (Bound Brook) –  Our services are a blend of English and Hebrew, communal song and prayer. Friday night services, held year-round, start at 8 pm and are followed by an Oneg Shabbat and socializing. The Cantor joins us one Friday a month to lead us in song; and several Friday services during the…

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Or Chadash

Or Chadash (Flemington) – Friday nights throughout the year starting at 7 pm (except when special programs are planned). There is a  monthly Shabbat service geared toward families with young children, and throughout the year, there are special Family Services which include Religious School students’ participation. Bar & Bat Mitzvah Services are held Saturday mornings…

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Adult Education – Or Chadash

Adult Education, Or Chadash (Flemington) –  Members join Rabbi Forman monthly for Kup O’ Joe to discuss Jewish thought, practices and world events. OC Reads – members read a variety of Jewish-themed books; discussions are held by the Rabbi and other members/guest speakers.

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Religious School – Or Chadash

Or Chadash (Flemington) – Grades K – 2 meet on Sundays from 10:15 am-12 pm; Grades 3 – 6 meet on Sundays from 9 am – 12 pm. Grade 7 meets on Thursdays from 4:30 – 6:00 pm; Grades 8 – 10 meet 1-2 Thursdays a month from 6:30 – 8:15 pm for dinner and a program.  Temple…

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Camp – Chabad Hunterdon

Camp Gan Israel of Hunterdon County (Flemington) – for ages 3-13. Four 1-week programs (M-F), 9 am – 3:30 pm. Extended care available 7:15 am – 6 pm. Camp Gan Israel is dedicated to enriching the lives of children from diverse Jewish backgrounds and affiliations through a stimulating camping experience.

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Religious School – Chabad – Hunterdon

Chabad Hebrew School (Clinton) –  Kindergarten through Grade 7.  Meets during the scholastic year on Sundays. Our Hebrew reading program begins with letter recognition for our youngest children. Grades 1 through 7 use the Cap It! Learn to Read Hebrew program. Our goal is that upon graduation, every child will be fluent in and comfortable with reading…

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Inclusion – Temple Beth-El

Temple Beth-El offers alternative classroom options for those students who need a more individualized approach to learning. Religious School faculty are educated to the needs of children with special needs. In addition, curriculum modifications, one-to-one teenage teaching assistants, and other arrangements are made where needed. They work with each family to create a successful educational experience…

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Inclusion – Temple Sholom

Temple Sholom’s Inclusion Committee promotes the full inclusion, appreciation, and participation of members of all abilities in the spiritual, educational, celebratory, and life events at the synagogue.  The temple has a space with quiet activities for use during High Holidays and other large congregational events, and hearing amplification units for use in the sanctuary. Services are provided…

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Holocaust Survivor Programs – JFS

Café Europa – a social group for Holocaust survivors. Café Europa offers speakers, discussions, and entertainment, giving its members an opportunity to meet new people with similar backgrounds and providing a setting for them to share stories, experiences, and concerns. For more information, or to register, contact Jewish Family Service at 908-725-7799. Holocaust Survivor Assistance…

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Arts and Nature Camp at Zimmer Preschool – Runs from late June through August. Sessions are 2 to 8 weeks, 3-day or 5-day options. 9 am – 2 pm, extended hours 7 am to 6 pm. For children 18 months – 5 years. Infant program available for 6 weeks – 18 months (limited spaces). Early day…

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