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Homeshuling

Homeshuling

Perhaps I should change the name of my blog

or close up shop altogether, after reading this wonderful piece.closed

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Riqi

posted April 23, 2009 at 10:05 pm


I would love to read and discuss this at the next parent cafe! wow.



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Bible Belt Balabusta

posted April 24, 2009 at 4:08 pm


Second of all, what is a Parent Cafe? (as per comment number one above).
First of all, I want to know exactly what goes on in Mark Oppenheimer’s shul. I need details of Tot Shabbat-type programs that make little kids antsy to get to shul. Because, of course, I want to duplicate them in my own synagogue.



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Conrad Coleridge

posted April 28, 2009 at 10:52 am


Don’t close-up shop, that’s for sure! You’re stuff is quite different – unique, unpredictable, fun. There’s plenty of room on the web for Rebekah & two more!



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homeshuling

posted April 28, 2009 at 7:21 pm


The shul I work at holds parent gatherings during Sunday school at least once a month. They have discussions and, of course, snacks.



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