We are planning on having youth club tonight, but in light of Liverpool Tier 3 status, and the number of pupils that have been asked to self isiolate at the King David Campus we will be running the sessions online. We will review over the next few week in line with local and national guidance.
The sessions will run in two groups Years 3-6 5:30-6:30p.m Years 7-13 7-8:30p.m All that is needed is a device to get online (smartphone, tablet, laptop or pc) pen & paper. All sessions will be facilitated by DBS checked youth workers.
Please let us know you are planning on coming and we will send joining details.
Next week’s sessions- please let us know about the cook along and craft along so that we can arrange for activity packs to be dropped at your home beforehand.
Juniors: Sunday 11th November – 5.30-6.30pm Zoom Cook along Sunday 18th November 5.30-6.30pm . Zoom Craft
Senior Club: Sunday 11th November 7-8.30pm Zoom Cook along Sunday 18th November 7-8.30p.m. Zoom Craft
Last weekend the Liverpool Reform Synagogue celebrated Shavuot through online services, and by challenging its younger members to create their own camp, and recreate camping at the foot of Sinai. Along with creating a walking treasure hunt in which families learnt about the commandments and found clues to a secret Shavuot word.
Some of the children camped in tents, and others made and built their own dens. Parents then talked to their children about Moses, Siani and getting the ten commandments. Lemmy & Rohan Ross came up with their own, which reflected the priorities of the lockdown. Sienna Globe particularly liked eating ice-cream is her camp.
The holiday of Shavuot which falls Thursday-Saturday this week is about the time when after fleeing Egypt and wandering through the desert the Israelites finally arrived at Sinai to receive the Ten Commandments, and make camp.
We would like the challenge our younger members to create their own camp, and recreate camping at the foot of Sinai. No tent, no problem grab some blankets, chairs and make your own!
Take a photo and email email@example.com by Friday 10a.m. and Rabbi Elf will share at the end of the Shavuot service!
Whilst you are in the den, you may wish to talk to your children about Moses, Siani and getting the ten commandment, maybe asking them what would they choose to be their Ten Commandments.
Or you could just sit in it, and eat cheesecake, ice-cream and all the other lovely treats associated with Shavuot.