The number of families describing themselves as “partially Jewish” is growing in our area, and Bronx House offers The Moses Project, a special program to celebrate their rich cultural heritage.
The Moses Project
For ages 5-9 & 9-12
1 Sunday a month, 9-11am
Programs runs from October to May
A free and innovative cultural school where children with a partially Jewish background learn about Jewish history, stories, traditions, music, and holiday celebrations through fun activities in a non-religious, classroom setting. There are also field trips to places of Jewish interest for the whole family to enjoy.
For more information or to register, please contact Sarah Farber at (718) 882-4000, ext.283 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Moses Project is a joint program of Bronx House and the Mosholu Montefiore Community Center and is funded by a grant from the Commission on the Jewish People at the UJA Federation of New York.