Short Hills Deli
Saturday, February 24 @6:30 pm
The word chavurah comes from the word haver, meaning friend. A chavurah is a small group of individuals who gather together for a variety of reasons: to socialize, celebrate Jewish holidays, learn more about Judaism, and participate in social action projects.
Most importantly, a havurah provides an opportunity for you to meet others who share your values and interests.
- Dining chavurah
- Mah Jongg chavurah
- Gardening chavurah
- Needlework chavurah
- Your Havurah becomes your extended family
- Havurot create secure and constant ties to the wider Jewish community
- Havurot help Judaism remain a constant source of joy
New walking Chavurah now meeting on Sunday mornings during Religious school. Please join us outside the Religious School entrance at 9:05 for a walk around the neighborhood. Open to all adult congregants. For additional info please contact Jill Hollander.
We are always interested in forming new Havurot, please call our office to find out more 856-608-1200
Whether you are single or married, under 36 or over 50, a family with young children or teenagers, we will get you started on the path to building new lasting friendships.