Q: We’re not Orthodox. Is JKids for us?
Many mistakenly believe that religious education is divided by nomination (Reform, Conservative, Orthodox, etc). Yet one of the core principles of Chabad philosophy is that it’s our inner divine spark that unites us as Jews. No matter what type of Jew you call yourself, you are welcome here and you belong here!
Q: Is there a membership fee at Chabad?
Q: We belong to a different synagogue. Can my child still have their Bar/Bat Mitzvah there and attend JKids?
You can get the unique experience of JKids without a huge commitment. Come for one session, or come for two!
At Chabad, we offer a personalized, meaningful approach to Bar/Bat Mitzvah and can guide your family through this special time. You are encouraged to ask and check it out 🙂 But if that is not your goal, you are welcome to participate in whichever part suits your family’s needs.
Q: I am hesitant to commit to a program during Covid. What if things change suddenly and we won’t be able to continue?
A: This year’s program is especially designed to carry us through any scenario without missing a beat. We can seamlessly switch from regular to virtual programming upon short notice, and we are committed to keeping our students and families close and engaged throughout.
However, if you feel more comfortable with monthly payments and not signing up for a complete session, please reach out and we will be happy to accomodate you! JKids After-school is designed on a monthly basis already, should schools close down again.
Q: Can we try it out before committing?
There is nothing like actually experiencing something to know if it’s a good fit. Please reach out for a free, no strings attached class or two!