High Holy Day Child Care Registration

TEMPLE JUDEA OF MANHASSET

HIGH HOLY DAY CHILD CARE REGISTRATION

Children Ages 2-5

(children younger than kindergarten age will not be admitted into the sanctuary for the service, except on the 2nd day of Rosh Hashanah)

ADVANCE REGISTRATION IS NOW REQUIRED

This is the only way we can assure adequate staff to provide a safe and secure environment for your children.

Please return this form no later than September 15th to register your child(ren)

 

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Parent(s)               First Name                              Last Name

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­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­Home Phone #                                                      Cell Phone #

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­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­Child’s Name                                                       Age

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Child’s Name                                                       Age

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Child’s Name                                                       Age

 

Please check off the services below that you will require child care for the above listed child(ren).

 

Service                                         Date                               Time                    

  • Rosh Hashanah, 1st Day Thursday, Sept. 21st     10:00 A.M.
  • Rosh Hashanah, 2nd Day Friday, Sept. 22nd          10:00 A.M.
  • Yom Kippur                        Saturday, Sept. 30th     10:00 A.M.

        

PLEASE LEAVE YOUR CELL PHONES ON VIBRATE IN THE EVENT WE NEED TO CONTACT YOU.

Limitation of Liability: I hereby acknowledge the risks inherent in this activity and agree to hold Temple Judea of Manhasset (TJ) and its agents and employees harmless with respect to any injury suffered by my child (ren) while in the care of High Holiday child caregivers, other than as a consequence of intentional misconduct on the part of TJ, its agents and employees.

Current Renovation and Remodel

This is what Temple Judea looks like Under Construction.  

                               

Renovations of our Ballroom, Sanctuary, Lobby and Oneg/Cocktail Room, which is being expanded into the Social Hall are being done by Hasson Caterers and us.   During the sanctuary renovation (estimated completion in late April), services are being held in the Holocaust Resource Center.  Please stay tuned for our beautiful newly renovated facility. In the meantime, we continue to operate at full capacity while the transition is going on and look forward to seeing all of you soon. There are so many plans and ideas for the new space. Only with your help will we be able to see all of our dreams come true. If you would like to make a donation toward the renovation please call the temple office and speak to Maxine Peresechensky, our Executive Director who is happy to answer any questions that you may have or email execmax@temple-judea.com.  

Rabbi’s Torah Study

Every Monday morning at 10:30 am to 11:30 am, a group of men and women meet in the Library to study with Rabbi Chizner, the many aspects of Torah and the meaning for our lives today.

Each meeting starts with reading a specific section of Torah, continuing from the portion read the last time. Lively discussions are part of this extraordinary experience.

Members (and friends) are invited to join any Monday morning. All are welcome. Some members of the group have recently joined and others have continued their participation for six or seven years.

People who come to each meeting have a variety of backgrounds and levels of Jewish education. . Everyone leaves at the end of each group meeting with new insights into everyday experiences based on the rich and amazingly astute words that were written over five thousand years ago.

Please join us.

Purim Package Pickups 3/8 – 3/13

If you had the chance to do something that was fun, made other people happy, and was a mitzvah at the same time, wouldn’t you do it?

WRJ Sisterhood is holding its Seventh Annual

Purim Package Project

What is a Purim Package? It is the giving of food and gifts to friends and family. It is a heartfelt way to create meaningful connections within our temple community.  Through this project, you can participate by giving beautiful gift packages that will include Purim-related items like hamantashen, juice, fresh fruit, chocolate and other items to make this a special treat.

You received information about this great project both by e-mail and postal mail explaining how the program works. Looking forward to your participation in this meaningful event.

DON’T FORGET OUR DEADLINES

February 24 for Mail in Orders

 February 28 for Internet Orders

(March 8-13 Pick-up dates at the temple)

Use wrjoftj.happypurim.com to place your orders

Need more info? Call Helen Weinstein at 516-526-9449