Young Families and Children love PJ Library!

PJ Library at Tamid offers two complimentary and fun pathways to engage young children in Jewish life. First, bring your children to our Young Family Shabbat and Holiday Programs which include story, song, and a nosh. Second, enroll in our “books at home” program and we will send your child (birth to age 9) a Jewish book each month.


2017-18 PJ Library Calendar

Rosh Hashanah, September 21, 9-10:30 AM 
Yom Kippur, September 30, 9-10:30 AM
Bring your children to celebrate the high holidays through story, song and shofar in the Chapel. This is a great introduction to the music and sounds of the High Holy Days, the shofar blasts, and apples and honey! Meets at the 9/11 Chapel on Broadway and Vesey Streets. Click here to make your reservations 

PJ Shabbat, Story, Music, and Bagels 10-11:30 AM
Parents, Grandparents, and special friends are welcome to bring your little ones for PJ Shabbat including story-time, music, blessings for children, art, and bagels. We meet at Tamid, 299 Broadway, #1020 on the following Saturday mornings: October 20, December 9, January 20, March 10, May 18. Please RSVP to the Tamid office as space is limited: “connect@tamidnyc.org”


Enroll in “PJ Library Books at Home”

For Children ages birth to nine who live in Lower Manhattan, we want to help build your Jewish library. We’ll send you a book each month to read with your family to build your Jewish vocabulary and to introduce you to the fun of being Jewish! Please send your mailing address to the Tamid office: connect@tamidnyc.org


Meet Gabi Ginsberg-Fletcher!
Gabi is Tamid’s Young Family educator and the host of our PJ Library Programs and has worked at Tamid since 2015. Gabi is a student at Columbia University and grew up in Israel and Switzerland. She is a founding member of their “Shirat Machar” youth choir and is also tutor in the Tamid Hebrew School.