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"In a time in history when so much exists only in cyberspace, and so much of our time is spent in the pursuit of academic and career-related pursuits, Temple Beth-El's Raymund Family Sunday School is our place to cultivate joy, peace, connection, and meaning. It is where you and your family can go to get more out of life, grounded in the same values that guided our ancestors through hardship and change. But, we will do that in a new way that supports the next generation's right to carve out their own niche of spiritual exploration. Together, this year, we are set up to hold space for evolution; honoring the magic that happens between "no longer and not yet" [Nancy Levin}." 

Sarah Grace NadlerDirector of Innovative Programing

 

OUR OPEN DOOR POLICY CONTINUES INTO OUR SUNDAY SCHOOL PROGRAM. WE WELCOME ANY NEW FAMILIES WHO WANT TO TRY OUT OUR PROGRAM FOR ONE YEAR WITHOUT COMMITTING TO JOINING TEMPLE BETH-EL. SO BRING A FRIEND!

 

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SUNDAYS, 9:30 A.M. - NOON

 

ENGAGING FAMILIES & BUILDING COMMUNITIES

• Make new friends and strengthen existing relationships

• Experience Judaism in both social and educational settings

• Family opportunities to learn together

 

HEBREW HOMEROOM

• Brings Hebrew Education back to TBE!

• Reincorporates modern Hebrew and fun Hebrew activities

• First 55 minutes each Sunday

• in Grade-level Groups

• New curriculum developed by Rabbi Michael Torop, experienced Hebrew teachers and Lay Leaders

• T'fillah will occur during Hebrew Homeroom monthly (K-2 & 3-7) 

 

MIDWEEK HEBREW TUTORING

• 30-minute private instruction

• Grades 5-6: Seekers in other grades can request supplemental tutoring for support or enrichment

• Onsite or online

• 18 sessions per year included in fee (about 2 sessions/month)

 

MINYANIM

• 90-minutes each Sunday after Hebrew Homeroom

• Mixed age groups to increase connections and morale

• Cultural experiences occur during Minyanim time about 3-4 times/semester

• New values-based curriculum that explores each value through cultural-identity-building lenses

 

CAPSULE PROGRAM

• Open to seekers in 4th-7th grade

• Practice modern skills for thriving while grounding in Jewish values and character-building resources

• Optional. Parents can opt-in to be considered, but enrollment will be by invitation based on registration results

• Based on research about modern day Jewish family needs and interests and successful cultural change

 

CULTURAL EXPERIENCES

• 20-60 minutes

• Stand alone experiences

• Similar content to Electives (cooking, Krav Maga, yoga & more!)

• 6-8 times throughout the year

classroom renovations!

               

 

               

Thu, November 14 2019 16 Cheshvan 5780