Parenting Through a Jewish Lens at The Vilna Shul!

    Wed, Mar 19 - Wed, Jun 18, 2014

    Times: 7:30pm

    Venue: The Vilna Shul

    18 Phillips St., Boston, MA 02114

    Contact:

    Jessica Antoline

    info@vilnashul.org

    617-523-2324

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    Come and gain understanding of your vital role as a parent. What can Judaism teach us about parenting? How can ancient traditions offer insight into how you address issues in your family today? Taught by Rabbi Julie Zupan, this ten-week program brings together caring parents and expert facilitators. Starting March 19, 2014, we will meet Wednesday evenings at the Vilna Shul from 7:30-9:00 p.m. * Explore core values (ikkarim) that can strengthen your family * Learn with expert instructors who understand your concerns as a parent * Enjoy rich conversations with other parents on topics that matter * Join us at Boston's only Jewish historic site - in the heart of beautiful Beacon Hill * Take the course right where you work or live (we are a short walk from Mass General and Government Center) * For parents with children up to age 12 Participants come from all backgrounds and include interfaith couples, LGBT parents, single parents and non-Jews. For more information, including class details, tuition fees, and registration, please visit http://www.hebrewcollege.edu/parenting or email Parenting at parenting@hebrewcollege.edu. Scholarships are avaliable and no family should feel that they cannot participate in the class due to financial constraints.

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