It was good to see everyone back from Spring Break, and now that we’re beginning to feel a little warmth in the air, our thoughts turn to Passover and other Spring holidays.
Wednesday, April 10 – Religious School for grades 3-7.
Sunday, April 14 – Religious School for all grades. A special Passover activity will surprise and delight you.
While you’re there on the 14th . . .
Check out MCJC’s
There will be jewelry, handmade Kippot, woodwork, and an assortment of other beautiful items.
Vendors will provide raffle prizes, so plan to take your chances to win one! Raffle tickets are $1 each, 6 tickets for $5.
If you can volunteer some time, please get in touch with Linda Blatchford at email@example.com.
Would you like to be a vendor? It’s not too late if you act quickly. Visit this page, sign up and pay your vendor fee.
On Sunday, April 28, MCJC will observe Yom HaShoah. After Religious School for all grades, families will meet at 1:30 at Spring Grove Park to hear storyteller Jim May talk about McHenry County’s only Holocaust Memorial. MCJC has a strong connection with the Memorial since member Nancy Deborah Wicker and Max Gimpel, father of Al Gimpel, helped to create this beautiful tribute to survivor Lisa Derman. Please join us for a memorable afternoon. The flyer and directions are located just outside the sanctuary.