The JT successfully highlighted the wealth of engagement opportunities available for Baltimore’s young Jewish adults (“Engagement the Jewish Way,” Feb. 28). I wanted to point out that as those young adults become couples and families, our community continues to provide Jewish experiences aimed at bringing specific interest groups together with a variety of programs.
The Macks Center for Jewish Education offers Shalom Baby, a childbirth education class within a Jewish context; jOYbaby [offers] a welcome package and meeting for first-time expectant parents; and PJ Library [offers] a free gift of Jewish books and music each month for children ages 6 months to 61/2 years of age. All three programs are designed to engage new parents and families in meaningful opportunities that encourage connection and involvement in Jewish life.
Family Engagement Associate
The Louise D. and Morton J. Macks
Center for Jewish Education