As we were getting ready for the Sukkos holiday, we discussed having a program called “3 Ring Sukkos”. Do you get the Sukkos / Circus pun? Well it went further than that. There is a debate in the Talmud about whether Sukkos is to remember the huts which Jews lived in during their desert travels or the Clouds of Glory. The booths represent the work we do to care for ourselves and the clouds represent the protection we receive from G-d and our relationship with G-d.
What if it wasn’t clouds but clowns? Aside form the pun and the images of clowns in the desert protecting the Jews with squirt bottles, the imagery represents to me the joy of the holiday season and the childlike wonder we should feel when we go out to the sukkah. When we are invited to spend time with G-d it should a 3 ring circus of excitement.
- November 6, 2016 – Sushi / Vegetable Art
- November 20, 2016 – Lasagna Roll Ups / Popcorn Turkey Ball Turkey
- December 4, 2016 – Arctic Finger Food
- January 15, 2017 – Under the Sea Delights
Contact Samson Wach ([email protected]) for the single registration for November 20, 2016 and/or January 15, 2017.
Moses Montefiore Anshe Emunah & Ner Tamid
Tween Sukkot Challenge
THURSDAY, October 20th
6:30 – 8:00 pm
In the Ner Tamid Sukkah
Pizza and salad dinner including dessert
$10 per person
Open to 5th – 8th graders
Teams compete using dessert items (Included)
To create Jewish holiday symbols
Prizes For Winning Teams
RSVP required NO LATER THAN October 16th
Shana Tova from Boy Scout Troop 1299
Troop 1299 is selling OU certified Kosher Honey for Rosh Hashana. Pick up your jar (approximately 10 ounces) at Accents Grill for only $5 dollars!
Limited supply available.
Girl Scout Troop 613 Open House
Only Jewish Troop in the Baltimore Area, Serving girls K – 8 grades
August 21, 2016 6:30—8 pm
Ner Tamid, 6214 Pimlico Road
The open house will include:
- Art projects for girls
- An opportunity to meet troop leaders
- Light refreshments
Please RSVP or request information at [email protected].
Baby Sitting (1 – 2 Years) [Group 1] Please bring your own diapers, wipes and baby’s favorite snacks.
Game Rooms and Junior Congregations (Experienced teacher, holiday theme, songs, stories, etc.)
Pre-School (3 – 6 Years) [Group 2]
Elementary (6 – 11 Years) [Group 3] Participants must not have turned 12 before 9/1/2016
Name Tags: All participants will be issued name tags with the parent and child’s name.
Identification: Parents may be asked to show their ticket to pick up children.
Registration: All participants must be registered.
Refreshments: (Groups 2 & 3) Snacks and sandwiches will be provided. (Sandwiches only Yom Kippur)
|Per Child||Family Max (immediate family|
|All Days||Single Holiday *||All Days||Single Holiday *|
* The single holiday price is either for both days of Rosh Hashanah or Yom Kippur.
An additional $20 fee will be assessed for registering after the September 26, 2016 deadline.
Register with HERE
To volunteer or for questions and comments, please contact Sam Wach 410-764-6241 or [email protected]
All participants must be registered with an adult registration, in order to attend any portion of the program.
To Register past the deadline, contact Samson Wach [email protected]
|Baby-Sitting||10 am – 2 pm|
|Pre-School and Elementary||10 – 11 am (Games)|
|11 am – 12:30 pm (Jr. Congregation)|
|12:30 – 2 pm (Games)|
On Yom Kippur during Kol Nidrei & Neila there will be game rooms for 1 year old and up.
All children will be expected to either be in one of the supervised areas or with parent in their service. CHILDREN WILL NOT BE ALLOWED TO ROAM THE HALLWAYS.
For security reasons, please do not allow your children to play outside the building without adult supervision. The synagogue cannot take responsibility for children who leave the building.
Parents of children not pre-registered will be billed after the holidays.
Older siblings will not be allowed in the baby sitting room.
Food in the baby sitting room is for registered children only.
No food is allowed to be brought in from the outside to any room in the building. The adult supervisors of each room are the only people who can serve the food. (Baby bottles are an exception).
Please label anything brought for a child (I.e. bottles, diaper bags, cups, bibs, etc.)
Only healthy children will be allowed in baby-sitting. Please do not bring your child if they are exhibiting any symptoms of illness.
Sunday June 19, 2016
On June 19, 2016 will be the annual Quarry Lake Jewish Festival.
At 2:15 pm, will be the Great Shofar blast on the main stage we are asking whoever has a shofar and/or if you have exceptional shofar talents to join us. Cute children with play shofars would also be great. If you can play music on a shofar, that would be a special treat. Or if you think you can be loudest or hold a Tekiah the longest, that would be fantastic. If you can help, please contact Sam Wach [email protected] 410-764-6241.
For just $36 (of course we will take more) you can join in sponsoring the additional yummy food to help make the Youth Shabbos in honor of our children’s celebration. MasterCard/Visa PayPal
The deadline for submitting graduate and sponsorship is Tuesday June 2, 2015.
For more information contact the Youth Director Sam Wach 410-764-6241 [email protected]
Ner Tamid will be wishing a Mazal Tov to our Youthful graduates at the youth shabbos. If you would like to include a graduate, please register below.
Elementary and middle school students who have earned sufficient reward tickets will be invited to this event at no charge.
We need parents to volunteer to drive.
The program includes just admission to Red Zone as a Downtown Scout (1 Tag, 1 Maze, 5 Tokens).
Other students may join for a cost of $13.
Students must register in advance (even if they are invited) by Wednesday June 1.
MasterCard/Visa Registration here.
PayPal Registration here.