Parenting Through A Jewish Lens
Join Hebrew College’s Parenting Through a Jewish Lens with Rabbi Barbara Penzner at Temple Hillel B’nai Torah this fall!
What is Hebrew College’s Parenting Through a Jewish Lens program?
A 6-week discussion-based program for parents to explore Jewish values, find support, and build community.
Classes are held at synagogues and homes throughout Greater Boston.
Recommended for parents of kids ages 0 to 9.
Open to parents of all backgrounds and experiences.
When are classes?
Classes meet six Sundays from 10-11:30 am, beginning November 3.
Free childcare is available with registration.
When do classes cost?
$95.00 per person; $155.00 per couple
Couple discounts and financial assistance available, thanks to generous support from CJP.
What parents are saying?
“The idea that Judaism has resources and wisdom to address parenting situations we find ourselves in is both comforting and inspiring.”
“I really appreciated the opportunity to speak candidly amongst peers about the challenges and joys of parenting in these times.”
How do I learn more?
About Hebrew College
Hebrew College is a Boston-area institution of Jewish learning and leadership that offers graduate programs in rabbinical, cantorial, education and Jewish studies, and community learning programs for all ages and stages within a pluralistic environment of open inquiry, depth, creativity, and compassion
A few more details:
• Free babysitting will be available
• It’s a 6-session interactive program for parents of all backgrounds who are raising Jewish children.
• The fee to participate is $95/person or $155 per couple.
• Scholarships are available – cost should never be a barrier.
For more information about PTJL or to request a scholarship, contact email@example.com or 617-559-8734.
What parents have said about PTJL:
“PTJL enabled me to slow down and think about how I want to raise my child.”
"I really enjoyed the discussion on resilience and feel like there were many take-home messages I will be able to implement."
"We are not alone in our struggles"
If you have any questions, and feel free to reach out to PTJL Associate Director Erica at firstname.lastname@example.org.