For any member who has a new baby in the house, we will deliver one meal a week for the first 6 weeks after the baby arrives. Because the pre-school is an important part of our community, any pre-school family that has a new baby in the home will receive a meal to welcome their new one.
This is an all-volunteer effort, which means each one of those meals must be cooked (or purchased) and delivered. It’s a wonderful way to share in the joy the new parents are experiencing, and to give them a little help during those tiring first few weeks. If you like to cook, or you like to visit new babies, and would be interested in joining the pool of volunteers who provide this service, please sign up at Shomrei.org/BabyFood .
Dale Russakoff is organizing the effort but Dale would love some help. So, if you’ve been looking for the right volunteer activity, perhaps this is for you – Dale is waiting to hear from you.
Our synagogue is the spiritual home of a warm and inviting community of Jews in and around Montclair, New Jersey. We welcome individuals, couples and families of diverse backgrounds and orientations. We observe an egalitarian, vibrant Judaism, balancing openness and traditional practice.
Open-Door Judaism: members voluntarily set the level of thier dues.