Picture this. A procession of kindergartners down the center aisle of Plum Street Temple. Each finely dressed child carries a tiny Torah, the cover uniquely decorated. Their minds wide open to the Jewish learning ahead; their hearts filled with wonder.
Consecration is a celebration like no other. It’s a celebration of beginnings, as young lives begin their formal Jewish education. For families of Consecrants, it’s one of the most memorable and meaningful moments in the family’s Jewish life.
It’s no accident that this celebration takes place on Erev Simchat Torah, the holiday marking the start of a new Torah reading cycle. Another beginning. Register Here
“I don’t have a child of consecration age, but I never miss this service. It’s my chance to welcome the future generations of Jews into our community. And it brings me such joy to see these sweet, young lives set out on this sacred path.”
Questions? Terri Snavely, Education Administrative Assistant, 513-793-2997 or firstname.lastname@example.org