Religious School

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K:1 -5 graders Shabbat

K/1st & 5th Graders hosted Shabbat on January 15

Enjoying s’mores at the Indoor Havdalah Campfire
Havdalah campfire

Upcoming Events:

For Our Littlest Learners

Tot Shabbat meets once a month in our sanctuary.  Families will join together with our rabbis and songleader for a celebration of Shabbat that engages all of the senses.  We sing, we dance, we hear stories, we share blessings, and of course – a special Shabbat snack.

Tiny Talmidim is a parent-child program that meets throughout the school year, once per month on Sunday mornings.  Tiny Talmidim is an interactive space for Jewish learning, activities, and snacks that is most appropriate for preschool-aged children or younger who are able to sit through a story and participate in activities.

For School-Aged Children & Their Families

Religious School (Sundays, September-May)

Hevreh’s weekly Religious School program aims to engage students in hands-on learning that inspires and supports Jewish living.  Our teachers and young teachers work together to create warm and inviting classrooms where they engage students in learning Jewish texts, ethics and values, holidays, rituals, and more.  Our students are encouraged to ask big questions about belief and belonging, and we support them in their personal explorations about what it means to be Jewish.

 

Hebrew Skills (Wednesdays; Sept-May)
Our weekly Hebrew program aims to inspire a love of the Hebrew language in our students.  Students begin their Hebrew Skills classes in third grade, allowing them to learn reading skills through games and hands-on activities. As students progress toward B’nai Mitzvah, we work to help them attain reading fluency as well as comprehension of Hebrew liturgy.  Our grade 6 and 7 students learn Torah and Haftarah trope as they begin to prepare for B’nai Mitzvah.

 

Yachad (Various dates; Sept-May)
The Hebrew word for “together” gives us the name of our signature Family program for families with school-aged children.  We gather together on Shabbat, as well as Sundays to explore creative Jewish living through arts, music, dance, science, cooking, text study, and more.  With parents and children learning both together, and separately, Yachad is a wonderful way for families to engage in Jewish life at Hevreh.

 

Parent Advisory Council (PAC)
Parents and caregivers in our community come together throughout the year to socialize, learn together, to support our school community, and to make new connections with other adults.