Introducing ATID – Makom’s innovative approach to serious Jewish learning and preparation for Bar /Bat Mitzvah for grades 5-8 students. ATID means “future” in Hebrew, and as an acronym, ATID stands for: Afterschool Torah Im Derekh-Eretz (Torah with Ways of the World). Interested in learning more about Bar/Bat Mitzvah learning at Makom? For information and to register, please visit our website.
Want a better background in the history and basic features of the most significant Jewish sources, from Genesis to the present day? Unsure of the differences between the Mishnah, Mishneh Torah, and Mishnah Berurah?
This summer class will be a fast-paced romp through Jewish literary history, held in Rabbi Aaron’s home to make use of his library.
On Sunday January 22, 50 people joined us at Kensington Lofts to get the results from Makom’s survey and focus groups, hear about our strategic plan going forward, learn about upcoming leadership team elections and celebrate three years of Makom with champagne and cakes from Sweets From the Earth.
Your feedback has been heard, and the questions you asked following the presentation were noted so that we know what matters to you. We’ll be sharing the presentation on our website for those who couldn’t be there.
The celebration wasn’t just about Makom, it was about you too. Without you, there wouldn’t be Makom. Whether you come to Makom programs frequently, sometimes, or simply read our newsletters or online activities without ever coming to see us, we appreciate you.
Did you take photos at the event? Please upload them to our Facebook page.
Would you like to get more involved with Makom? Email Aaron to be notified of possible opportunities. Immediate needs: Holiday programming e.g. Purim, 2 people to be on Board’s Nominating Committee