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Join us for our Young Families Shabbat Experience!

   We know that all families have different rhythms and routines, so we wanted to offer you several different ways to celebrate Shabbat with your friends at Agudas Achim. As always, ALL families are welcome, regardless of synagogue membership or affiliation.
   All programs are now outdoors and in person. Some programs require registration. Masks must be worn and physical distancing will be observed. In case of inclement weather, some  outdoor programs will be canceled; Gan Shabbat will move indoors; some events will be rescheduled.
Shabbat Picnic Dinner 
Friday, June 18 | 5:15 PM
   We'll gather together in the amphitheater/field, sing songs and blessings, and enjoy a picnic dinner. Bring your picnic (dairy or parve) and a chair or blanket to sit on.
   All are welcome to play on the playground or join the main service (indoors) following the Young Families program.
- Find songs, blessings and readings in this benscher/Shabbat booklet
- Watch this video to learn songs and blessings with Hazzan Elisheva Dienstfrey and Rabbi Steven Rein
   Register here for Friday, June 18, 2021
Gan Shabbat 
Every Saturday | 11 AM  
   We'll sing songs and prayers, and learn a Torah story. Please bring a chair/blanket to sit on, kippah, stuffed Torah, water and a snack. Stay and play on the playground following this program. We'll meet outside when possible, inside when necessary.
Resource: Feel free to print this family-friendly siddur for your personal use.
   No registration required. Come join us!
Kef B'Park B'Shabbat (Fun in the Park on SHabbat) 
Saturday, June 26 | 3 PM
   We'll meet at Fairlington Playground, play and enjoy each other's company. Bring a blanket and a snack. Register here for Saturday, June 26, 2021
Havdalah Resources
   Learn more about Havdalah and download a blessings booklet. (Flip on the short side if printing double sided.)
   Learn the Havdalah songs and blessings along with Hazzan Elisheva Dienstfrey:
Mon, June 21 2021 11 Tammuz 5781