Two Adath teachers won the 2016 Educator Awards for Jewish Education in South Jersey!
Pictured L to R, Brian Sattinger, Suzi Freedman, Mindy Miller, Sue Anolik, Rabbi Monica Kleinman and Lindsay Freedman.
What is Lapid?
Lapid (lah-pee'd) means torch – a beacon of light, a guiding and protective presence. This new family education program will give our families the tools they need to forge a Jewish future in our world. Adath’s symbol is a flame, and we will ensure that flame burns brightly as we build a Jewish future together.
We meet once per month to share a meal, pray with our community, and learn about our shared Jewish culture. Adults have the opportunity to learn on their own level as well as with their children, and each age group walks away with a new experience and perhaps new friends! Learners are welcome to bring their grandparents in place of or alongside their immediate families.
Next year Lapid can fulfill your 4th, 5th, or 6th grader’s Judaica requirement. There will be eight sessions scheduled and we ask that you attend five together as a family. This is a rewarding experience that enables busy families to take time out once a month for Jewish learning and community.
You can learn more by checking out our brochure or being in touch with me! I'm so delighted to have the opportunity to learn with families in such an intimate way in the coming year!
Religious School Director