Includes bibliographical references.
|Other titles||Practical guide for engaging young families in congregetaional life|
|Statement||edited by Paula Feldstein ; with foreword by Eric H. Yoffie|
|LC Classifications||BM685 .T68 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 135 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||135|
|LC Control Number||2009030173|
Free Online Library: The Tot Shabbat Handbook.(The Tot Shabbat Handbook: A Practical Guide for Engaging Young Families in Congregational Life, Brief article, Book review) by "Children's Bookwatch"; Publishing industry Library and information science Family and marriage Books Book reviews Handbooks Handbooks, vade-mecums, etc. Tot Shabbat Handbook Engaging and retaining young families is key to the life of every synagogue, big or small. ""Tot Shabbat"" worship has become almost universal, but many congregations depend on a single dynamic staff member or must start from scratch when beginning a new program. (All teachers have a copy of Cantor’s Shabbat song book in the classrooms.) Family Friday Night Service (or “Tot Shabbat”) 3 to 4 times during school year, lead by rabbi and cantor, featuring one age-group from the nursery school (doing selected songs from the Bima). Finally, the children join their parents in the sanctuary for the concluding prayers. The title of the book is somewhat misleading since many synagogues define Tot Shabbat as a family-friendly worship service-see Paula Feldstein's The Tot Shabbat Handbook (Urj Press, )—as opposed to .
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Books shelved as shabbat: Baxter, the Pig Who Wanted to Be Kosher by Laurel Snyder, The Sabbath: Its Meaning for Modern Man by Abraham Joshua Heschel, Sh. Tot Shabbat Evening Songs and Prayers Congregation Beth Evergreen, Rabbi Jamie Arnold Hinei Mah Tov Hinei mah tov umana’im shevet achim gam yachad Wow! How good it is to sit together like brothers [and sisters] (Psalm , p. ) Shabbat is a-comin’ Shabbat is a-comin’ [clap] Oh Yeah (2x) Shabbat is a-comin’ (3x) [Clap] Oh Yeah! And still older children, with a parent’s help, may notice how the blessing progresses from panel to panel – from home to community to the Jewish world (and throughout unfurling Jewish history), and finally, to the “first Shabbat,” with plates on the table representing the six days of Creation, as described in the Book of Genesis. ‘Shabbat Shalom!’ exuberantly. Sing an upbeat song such as Great Shabbat (Baydush) while everyone puts the tallitot away and kids go back to their parents, then invite everyone to “Shabababa” to the back of the room for Kiddush, Motzi and oneg; lead them singing Shabba Shabba (Bellows) or .