Our Religious School is committed to providing a safe, warm, and fun learning environment for children ages 3-18. We believe that learning is about so much more than the acquisition of knowledge and strive to create an experience where students feel connected to their peers, teachers, rabbis, and synagogue community.
Students who participate in our program will:
– Love being Jewish and find meaning in Jewish learning and ritual.
– See the synagogue as a place where they can build a base knowledge about Judaism and explore answers to their ever-developing questions about God, Torah, Israel, Jewish tradition, and its relevance to our lives today.
-Create connections and relationships with other students and families in order to build a vibrant community with whom to celebrate Shabbat, other Jewish holidays, and life cycle events together.
-Embrace a sense of obligation to make the world a better place by learning about Jewish values in the classroom and going out in our community to live those values.
-Develop a love for the Hebrew language by learning the foundational skills and vocabulary to confidently engage in American Jewish life and learning.
-Express a connection with Am Yisrael (the People of Israel), Eretz Yisrael (the land of Israel), and Medinat Yisrael (the State of Israel) historically and in modern times.
We openly welcome interfaith families who are raising their children as Jews and offer support to all parents as we work together as partners in the endeavor of Jewish Education.
For more questions about our Religious School program, or to register, please contact Ali King at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 952-426-6649.