World Wide Wrap

Join Congregation Habonim on Sunday morning, February 3 for the WORLD WIDE WRAP - an opportunity to learn about the mitzvah of t'fillin and wrap them yourself. A long time program of the Federation of Jewish Men's Clubs, this year's Wrap is a collaboration of FJMC and Women's League for Conservative Judaism, emphasizing an egalitarian approach to Jewish learning and practice. 

#Lomdim Teen Program

Teens will be discussing the mitzvah of Bal Tashchit - our responsibility to protect the earth, and not wasting, in honor of the upcoming holiday of Tu B'shvat (which falls on January 21 this year). 

Will meet in Conference Room.

Tot Shabbat

Families with children 5 years old and younger are invited to join us for Tot Shabbat, with a parent/guardian. Light dinner for the children will follow.

Jewish Genealogy Center

Trace the stories of two branches of a typical family of Eastern European Jewish ancestry and discover the many documents available both abroad and here at home.  See how these records can come together to complete the family history so many of us believe is lost forever.

Yom HaShoah Commemoration/Movie Screening: My Knees Were Jumping-The Kindertransports

Melissa Hacker is a filmmaker who works with memory, history, family and loss. Melissa made her directing debut with the documentary My Knees Were Jumping; Remembering The Kindertransports, which was short-listed for Academy Award nomination, seen in film festivals, museums, television, and in universities worldwide. Melissa’s video Venus was featured in the group exhibition "Objects of Devotion and Desire: Medieval Relic to Contemporary Art," and received special accolades in the New York Times review of the show.

Winter Movie Series: Heading Home: Tale of Team Israel

A stirring story of sports, patriotism and personal growth, Heading Home charts the underdog journey of Israel's national baseball team competing for the first time in the World Baseball Classic. After years of defeat, Team Israel is finally ranked among the world's best in 2017, eligible to compete in the prestigious international tournament. Their line-up included several Jewish American Major League players―Ike Davis, Josh Zeid and ex-Braves catcher Ryan Lavarnway―most with a tenuous relationship to Judaism, let alone having ever set foot in Israel.

Community Havdalah

All are welcome to join us for havdalah followed by summer camp fun for everyone starting with migrash-style dancing (line dancing with an Israeli twist), singing, and storytelling! Then, kids will be entertained while parents can join a Camp Ramah information session to have their camp questions answered. A light dinner will be provided. Please RSVP here as soon as possible.


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