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Chadeish Yameinu Community School


A Commitment to Life Long Learning

Embracing Young Children, Youth, ​Families & Adults

Our Mission Chadeish Yameinu Community School is composed of parents, teachers and families that are dedicated to engaging and supporting children's emerging spirit, a growing Jewish identity and a life long love of learning.

Our Vision We seek to expand knowledge & connection to Jewish culture, history and spirituality through meaningful family centered learning experiences. A parallel journey where children's classes and concurrent parent education classes connect and support each other.

Why Choose Chadeish Yameinu Community School?

* Small class size *Dynamic staff *Self-paced, Flexible, Creative *Pre-K to Teen Programs *Family-Centered *Art & Music *Bar/Bat Mitzvah Preparation *Celebrate Jewish Culture & Holidays *Student Participation *Community Circles (Chavurah) *Community Service (Tikkun Olam) *Your kids will love it!!!

Who to Contact Classes and School: Rabbi Eli Cohen, 831-295-8467, rebeli@sbcglobal.net Friday Family Shabbat Program: Sarah Young, Coordinator (831) 423-8044 sarahyo@cruzio.com

Munchkin Minyan (for Families with Younger Children)

Lynn LeRose, 831-688-0393, lerosedelmar@hotmail.com

Chadiesh Yameinu Membership: Leah Kushner, 831-239-7679, heartweave.leah@gmail.com

Todah Rabah v'Shabbat Shalom, Michele Hodah

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"Here's a photo that Sarah Brown took of the Challah we made at the Kid's FUN Hebrew Play class. The 9-candles burning was a sweet ceremony we did where each of us shared what action we would take to bring PEACE into our world. The answers were precious, and we hold the love and light for these prayers to be answered." Icasiana Barrs (Mom in our class)

"We had a wonderful time braiding the challot and shaping them, decorating with seeds, etc. Two of these challot will be blessed and eaten for Tot Shabbat. The kids & parents learned the meaning of the Motzi prayer over the challah and we chanted it together.

Because Tu B'Shevat was coming up, we also hugged & blessed trees and listened to the sap rising. Then each child & adult told our group how they received a blessing from the trees.

We talked about how blessing the bread (grain) from the earth and loving our tree friends offers us beautiful ways to be in touch with Nature in so many ways through our Jewish life & prayers."

Michele Hodah Newman (Teacher)

Prayers & Blessings mp3's

Kitah Bet chanting the After Torah Blessing

Sadie for Purim 2015

Fiona, Meera & Emma.......B'Nai Mitzvah 2013

Elijah for Purim 2015

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