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Torah Tots - Saturday, November 28, 9:30 am                                         

Families with children 5 and under are encouraged to attend our joyful Torah Tots.  Bring an instrument to play or shaker to shake.  

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Meeting ID: 927 1100 9016
Passcode: 5781Torah

Coffee and Conversation is back!
Thursday, December 3, 9:30-10:15 am

Parents of Nursery School-aged children are invited to join Rabbi Gelber to talk about how to find light in these times as we prepare to celebrate Hanukkah. We'll also have space to raise whatever is on your mind. 

Contact  with topic suggestions for our monthly sessions.

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Meeting ID: 352 859 5384
Passcode: AHAVAH

Join Congregation Habonim to light up the night on December 10/24 Kislev at 5:45 pm

Let's gather together to celebrate community, light candles, and sing songs. Zoom in live and/or be part of our community Hanukkah videos. 

You'll find information about the videos at the links below - deadline for video submissions is Thursday, December 3, at 8 pm:

Submit your entry for video #1 here 

Submit your entry for video #2 here 


Friday, December 4, 5:15 PM

Families with children 5 years old and younger:
Come sing, dance, pray, and celebrate Shabbat together with your Congregation Habonim friends!

We encourage your child to have a shaker or other instrument to play along during our service.

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Meeting ID: 991 3652 5686

Passcode: BimBam


Upcoming Tot Shabbats:

January 8 

February 5 

March 5

April 9

May 7

June 4

Habonim Reads
Sunday, January 10, 5:15-6:15 pm

Join this special event where community members of almost all ages can read or listen to the same book and discuss it in a Zoom event.
We're reading Brooklyn Bridge by Karen Hesse. It's a fictional story based on the real-life inventors of the Teddy Bear, the Michtom Family, who arrived in Brooklyn from Russia in the late 1880s. The story is told through the eyes of the Michtom's 15-year-old son.

Click here to register.

Purchasing the book through Amazon Smile helps support Congregation Habonim.

Create your own sanctuary space at home for your Zoom prayer services


  • ●  A piece of paper: 8.5”x11”, a piece of poster board, or a pillowcase or a sheet (any size

    works - this is YOUR sanctuary space to use during your Zoom services)

  • ●  Markers, crayons, pens, stickers, and anything else you like to use in your 2D art


  • ●  Photos of loved ones and people/things/places that inspire you



    Directions:Let’s think about how you want to create your sanctuary space/backdrop. Do you want it to be behind you on the Zoom screen or do you want to hang it up for you to look at behind your computer/tablet/tv screen? It’s totally up to you!
  1. Map out what you want to put on to decorate your screen: inspirational words, photographs, words of tefillot, or even quotes from Torah.

  2. Decorate away. Enjoy!

These questions may help inspire your efforts:

What are your hopes and dreams for 5781?
Which prayers do you find meaningful and/or enjoy singing?
Who are some of the people you usually celebrate the holidays with? What comes to mind when you think of holiness?
What is important to you to find in a prayer sanctuary?
Name three things that inspire you?
What helps you focus?
What gives you hope?

Enrollment for Religious School 2020-21 is underway. See the Classes and Shabbat Programs page.

Wed, November 25 2020 9 Kislev 5781