Residencies are sing-a-long celebrations that connect generations through interactive musical Jewish experiences that attract and delight participants so your community members want to come back and bring their friends.
Crafted with sacred intention, passionate care and gentle creativity, Dr. Aronoff can facilitate prayer-ful and play-ful experiences that encourage each participant (from a first time synagogue attendee or a veteran clergy person) to grow and develop their understanding of and participation in communal learning, ritual, and celebration.
Services designed young children and their families to connect and engage family members. Designed to connect humans, inspire joy, cultivate gratitude, and nurture spiritual growth.
Morning services (any day of the week) to highlight relevance and ritual of daily prayer for modern kids, teachers, and families.
Shabbat Sing: A School-Wide Celebration
A popular choice for Jewish day schools and Jewish early childhood centers, Dr. Emily Aronoff guides students and their families on a musical Jewish journey.
Sensational Cessation: Sensory-Rich Havdalah Experience
Saturday night! Come in your comfy, cozy PJs and prepare to share stories, songs, silliness and sweetness.Jews around the world honor both the sacred and profane parts of ourselves in this brief ritual that marks the end of Shabbat. Each participant will be invited to engage with their senses of smell, touch, taste, sight, and sound
Intergenerational Shabbat Services
Dr. Emily Aronoff can support intergenerational engagement at your congregational Shabbat Services as a guest leader or co-leader. She invites multi-modal engagement by inviting creative expression and participation using visual imagery, song, and stories.
Babies on the Bima
The cutest, sweetest thing that has ever happened in your sanctuary. Gather the tiniest members of your tribe, meet the newest parents in your community, and get the cutest pics possible 🙂
Story In Song: Passover
Egypt was toxic…Moses helped us out…Now we recline! The classic Exodus story is brought to life as children and families journey in 10 steps through movement and music.