Family Programming

For Friendship Circle members and their families.


Family Events

Friendship Circle members and their families
Our Family Events include various activities for all of our friends and their families to enjoy.
Learn more about our Family Events by clicking here!

Friendship Shabbat
Friendship Circle members and their families
Experience togetherness at our Shabbat dinner celebrations prepared by our friends.

Junior Friends and Family Fun
For ages 0-11
This is the perfect setting for families with young children that would like to experience FC early on.
Learn more about Junior Friends and Family Fun by clicking here!

Parent Programming
For parents of our Friendship Circle members
Connecting with other parents and pitching in as parent volunteers are all a part of being in the circle.  Get involved in these opportunities at our Moms’  Lunch, Moms’  Night Out, Dads’  Night Out, and numerous parent volunteer opportunities.
Learn more about Moms’  Circle and Dads’  Circle by clicking here!

 

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Friendship Circle Tribute Book

Look through our 2022 and 2023  Friendship Circle memories and see what we have been up to!

Tribute Book 2023

Friendship Circle Tribute Book 2023

Recent blog posts

Crushed

A WEEKLY TORAH THOUGHT FROM RABBI MORDY This week’s Parsha is a rough one. It should have been simply a purely positive and momentous event on the Jewish calendar – the giving of the Torah – with its culmination in Moses’s returning to them with the entire backstory if you will. Instead, what took place was a grave error and… Read More

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Weekly Roundup: March 1, 2024

Teen Leadership Shabbaton Our teens enjoyed a weekend of connection, learning and fun for Teen Leadership Shabbaton last weekend. On Friday, they participated in a Training Tracks discussion about ableism with guest speakers Joey Murphy, Regina Sciullo, and Nick Sciullo, followed by a lovely Shabbat dinner and some games. On Sunday, as part of a Teen Workshop, we heard from… Read More

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A Glaring Omission

A WEEKLY TORAH THOUGHT FROM RABBI MORDY You know how some things are famous for what they aren’t? Like an apology that isn’t really an apology – “I’m sorry for how that made you feel.”Or a speech that doesn’t mention by name the one thing that people were listening for? So this week’s Parsha -Tetzaveh – is one of those… Read More

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