JKid

(Children ages 6 to 11 and their families)

JKid is your source to bring Jewish learning to life for families with school age children (6-12) living in Greater MetroWest NJ. Imagine your family as the vehicle for traveling along your Jewish journey and along this journey you experience Havdalah, summer camp, synagogues, JCC sports, Shabbat dinner as a family unit. Your journey is enriched by the people you meet and interactions you have along the way, taking ownership of bringing Jewish learning to life. What does your Jewish Journey look like?

Upcoming Events

  • G2 – Global Intergenerational Initiative

    This unique year-long initiative, which gives grandparents and their rising fifth- and sixth-grade grandchildren an opportunity to learn together by exploring Jewish experiences and values,
    culminates in a trip to Israel together in December 2018.

  • Contact

    Justin Sakofs
    Director of Empowerment of Families with School Age Children
    Phone: (973) 929-2980
    Email: jsakofs@jfedgmw.org

Programs

  • JKid Educator Interchange

    The Interchange is the gathering and collaborations of educators who live and work in Greater MetroWest. Open to educators working in the variety of Jewish Institutions: JCCs, synagogues, camps, day schools, and youth groups who seek to empower families to build our dynamic Jewish community.

 

  • Family Connectors

    Family Connectors are parents who can chat with you about how to navigate Judaism in our Greater MetroWest communities (including information about camps, synagogues, schools and other services), find Jewish family friends and create meaningful Jewish home rituals like celebrating Shabbat or an upcoming holiday. You don't have to be new to your community to contact one of these parents!

 

  • Easy Jewish Family Fun

    Jewish Federation of Greater MetroWest NJ, together with our friends at PJ Library and the excellent Jewish day schools in our community, welcome you to a range of FREE dynamic programs geared towards families with young children.