Today is June 26, 2017 -
Families are the core of the Jewish community, and at Temple Beth Torah we strive to make being Jewish meaningful and fun for our young children, from newborns to those not quite ready for our Youth Program. Through worship that engages them, learning opportunities that delight them, and a community that embraces them, children are able to create early Jewish memories that will last a lifetime. Our activities provide a relaxed environment for parents of similar aged children to meet and socialize, both in and outside the temple setting. Early Childhood activities are open to everyone, whether or not they are members of the Temple.
Families with young children join together to share the traditions of Shabbat through prayers, stories and songs. Full of fun music and family interaction, Junior Congregation is targeted to children birth to second grade. This service is led by Rabbi Kideckel and held one Friday per month. For more information click here or refer to our online calendar.
A new social youth group for young children ages 5-8 (younger children welcome). Chaverim Youth activities include many opportunities for Jewish children and their parents to meet and socialize outside the Temple setting.
For more information about Early Childhood activities or becoming a member of the Early Childhood Committee (non-members are welcome to participate and we are always looking for new ideas), please email Nisha Hochman.
All Early Childhood Programs are open to the Community. Interfaith families are welcome.