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Sundays from 9:00AM-12:30PM Toddlers to Kindergarten 
Explore Jewish life through song, movement, taste and paint.  We learn the Aleph Bet, as well as an “Ahava” (love)  of Israel and the holidays.

 
Sundays from 9:00AM-12:30PM
1st
to 3rd Grade

Join us for Torah tales, Hebrew literacy, and cooking Israeli food.  They learn how to lead celebrations at home from Shabbat, to the High Holidays, Purim and Pesach to Yom HaAtz Ma’ut.  Are you ready to wow bubbe with the four questions?! You’ve come to the right place. 


Sundays from 9:00AM-12:30PM  Mondays from 5:00-7:00PM
4th
 and 5th Grade

Join us in leading prayers in the sanctuary, learning prayer and  Hebrew, while exploring Torah through theater.  Don’t forget we are also busy preparing and eating yummy Jewish treats on Sundays and community dinners on Monday afternoons.  


Sundays from 9:00AM-12:30PM Mondays from 6:30-8:30PM
6th and 7th Grade

Move into tween/teen learning with the clergy and our educators about Jewish identity, Israel, the Holocaust and antisemitism in the lead-up to their B'nai Mitzvah.  They join our high schoolers for community meals and once a month for youth group activities with their older mentors.  This program is anchored in Jewish values, with a focus on “Tikkun Olam” (repairing the world) where we design and implement a Mitzvah projects and engage in service-learning trips and projects.


Mondays from 6:30-8:30PM 
8th-12th Grade

Work with educators and the clergy to explore Jewish identity, Israeli politics, and navigating Jewish life in high school and beyond. This  experience includes advocacy trips to DC, service-learning projects and Jewish heritage trip to NYC. Many of our teens also engage in study in Israel programs, service learning at Camp Jenny, as well as participate in “March of the Living.”

 


Sundays 8:30AM-12:30PM. Mondays 4:30-8:30PM
Monday to Friday, 8:30-3:30PM (Summer - June to August)
Teen leadership program -  provides our community members with their first work experience.  Counselors lead cabins through our curriculum, build relationships with younger Jewish learners all while enriching their own leadership skills through monthly trainings and feedback.

8th-10th graders can earn all the community service hours they need for middle and high school by serving as Counselors in Training (CIT) on Sundays or Monday nights at religious school. 

11th and 12th graders are paid to work as Junior Counselors at religious school on Sundays, as well as Club Judea After School, School's Out Camp and Summer Camp.

 

Thu, July 18 2024 12 Tammuz 5784