STUFF: Sinai Temple Under Five Families
STUFF organizes and offers Jewish experiences designed specifically for the youngest members of our congregation and their families. STUFF includes all families with children or grandchildren 0-5 years old at Sinai Temple.
Shalom Sundays is a holiday-themed morning program for children and their parents (or other grown-ups) on Sunday mornings from 10:00-11:30am. This special time is filled with holiday-themed arts and crafts, games, activities, songs, and stories. Children ages 0-5 years old and their siblings are welcome to attend this program, but please note that some of the activities within this program are intended for children older than 18 months (i.e. craft). You do not need to be a current member of Sinai Temple to attend these programs.
Esther Pachman Fund for Children Under Five
The Esther Pachman Fund for Programming for Children Under Five makes it possible for Sinai Temple to provide Tot Shabbat Services and other meaningful and engaging experiences for our youngest congregants (0-5 years old) and their families.
The fund was established by the Courtemanche Family in memory of Melanie Courtemanche’s grandmother, Esther Pachman, who would have loved to have been a part of STUFF. This fund is now another option when making a contribution to Sinai and is an excellent way to celebrate a birth, an adoption, a birthday, a B’nai Mitzvah or other milestone, or to honor or remember a loved one.
To make an online donation to support STUFF programs and activities please click here and select EP Fund for Children Under 5 (at the bottom of the form). To send in a donation to support STUFF programs and activities, please click here and select Esther Pachman Fund for Children Under Five from the list and mail the form along with your contribution to Sinai Temple.
For more information regarding events and activities for STUFF or to be on the STUFF Committee, please contact: