Tiny Torahs

Playtime for Ages 1-3 and Me! (Mom, Dad, Bubbe, Zade, etc!)

1st Sundays during Religious School  10:30 – 11:30 AM  beginning October 3

Join us for our Newest Addition to Religious School!
Stacey Stamm and Erin Herman will lead the group in a variety of activities including:

  • Music
  • Crafts
  • Snacks
  • visits from the Rabbis
  • so much more!

Questions:

Email Rabbi Amy or call 412-561-1168

Be Part of the New Tiny Torah Community

$90/Family (yearly fee)
Members and Non-Members are welcome.


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