Family Events

Vision

Create an opportunity for our members and their families to come together as a community for a special event.

Mission

The mission of our family events is to provide a safe and inclusive environment for our members and their families to come together to celebrate, honor traditions, and participate in activities; to strengthen our FC and greater community, as well as our friendships within the FC community. These events include….

Values

Family, Community, Inclusion, Tradition, Fun, Friendship

Program Philosophy

We believe that everyone should have the opportunity to come together in a safe space to build connections to honor traditions, and to celebrate with family and friends.

Program Goals

To bring together the greater FC community
To build and strengthen our community
To celebrate with family and friends
To recognize and honor traditions
Fun and friendship

Who Can Participate

All Friendship Circle members and their families can participate in our family events.

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Recent blog posts

Weekly Roundup: April 12, 2024

Sunday Funday Last Sunday, we had a matzah bake where Tali and Pearl helped with the presentation from Rabbi Eli. Everyone went home with matzah and their favorite toppings. Members enjoyed the rooftop for nice spring weather where we played Passover games, crafted photo banners, blew bubbles and more. Shalom went home with a plague-themed puppet and Ava and Morgan… Read More

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What’s the Good Word?

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To the Eighth Degree

A WEEKLY TORAH THOUGHT FROM RABBI MORDY This week we read the Parsha, Shemini, which literally means “Eighth.” There are some laws of kosher animals and various laws surrounding purity, but I’m going to focus on the name of the Parsha. The Eighth refers to the day on which, after the seven days of inauguration, Aaron, the high priest of… Read More

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