Har HaShem Makes New 2021-22 Youth Program Passes Available

EPIC ICAN Jewish Journey: Carve your own path!

Choose one of three passes that give you the choice of what to learn, when to learn it, and how deeply to engage with others in your journey! Carve your own path to meaning…and memories…for your family and your children.

How do you want to explore Judaism, share it with your children, create memories, and build friendships? We’ll help you get there!

Passes:

  • Journey: No charge and lots of choices! Pick the topics, holidays, and cultural experiences for your child to participate with peers, and for your family to engage with others who share your interest and goals. It’s the perfect way to get started and step into a Jewish journey.
  • ICAN (I Connect with and Name my Jewish path): Want to do more but keep the flexibility? Choose ICAN. Everything is included. When you choose, we’re here.
  • EPIC (Engaging Personally in Jewish Community): Planning b’nai mitzvah, Confirmation or other celebration? EPIC is your choice. You get access to everything and the opportunity to share your accomplishments with family and friends. EPIC also requires a Har HaShem membership.

Learn More Here

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