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  Hey Kids!

Celebrate your birthday at The Shul!

Jewish tradition places special importance on celebrating birthdays - after all, it is the special day that Hashem decided that the world needs YOU!

Come celebrate your birthday at The Shul with a special program for kids under bar/bat mitzvah - and invite your family and friends!

Kid's Birthday Club Program followed by a kiddush lunch, which will conclude with a yummy birthday cake!

  Upcoming Birthday Club Celebrations:

2019 Dates 

Jul. 27 | Aug. 31 | Sept. 28 | Oct. 19 | Nov. 9 | Dec. 21

 2020 Dates 

 Jan. 25 | Feb. 22 | Mar. 21 | Apr. 18 | May 16 | June 20 | July 18 | Aug. 15


Did we miss a birthday in your family? 

Please make sure to add your child to The Shul's birthday club! 



Question: What is a Jewish Birthday?
Answer: One's Jewish birthday is, of course, the date upon which one was born according to the Jewish calendar (to find out when your Jewish birthday is click here). Far from considering it incidental, Jewish tradition regards one's Jewish birthday to be brimming with meaning and relevance and, in some ways, even a mini-Rosh Hashanah! The Talmud informs us that on our Jewish birthdays our mazel (good fortune) is dominant. 

The Jewish birthday is the perfect day for reflection about our lives as Jews and is an auspicious time to make new resolutions to perform good deeds and to deepen our commitment to Torah and the role it plays in our lives. On one's Jewish birthday it is customary to get together with family and friends to celebrate Jewishly. At the celebration one should say a prayer of thanks to G‑d, give money to charity, and learn some Torah.