For expectant parents
Join the Bureau of Jewish Education and local synagogues for an exciting and informative program for expectant parents combining preparation for childbirth plus parenting for the Jewish family.
Learn birthing instruction, birthing options, care of the newborn, breast & bottle feeding, etc., along with the Jewish aspects of birthing, naming, Brit Milah, child rearing and Jewish parenting.
Discover the rich traditions and rituals associated with childbirth as you prepare to become parents and to raise your baby in your Jewish home. Interfaith couples are encouraged to attend.
Jewish Baby University is offered three times per year.
Each series is six weeks and meets once a week from 6:30 - 9:00 PM.
Jewish Baby University costs $130.00 per couple for the entire series.
April 11, 2018
thru May 16, 2018
Temple Kol Ami
15030 N 64th St
September 6, 2018
thru October 11, 2018
4645 E Marilyn Rd
January 9, 2019
thru February 13, 2019
6805 E McDonald Dr
For additional information contact Linda Feldman at firstname.lastname@example.org or 480.634.8050
The Bureau of Jewish Education offers a wide range of programming for people and families--from couples to parents to grandparents. Our parenting programs and classes enable parents and grandparents to teach their children about Judaism so that they can create meaningful Jewish rituals, observances and traditions in their OWN HOMES. We encourage parents to assume the role of being their children's primary teacher and engage in Jewish learning and observance for themselves as well as for their children. The BJE's wide range of programming offers people opportunities to enhance their Jewish knowledge and to participate in Jewish living.