BOARD OF EDUCATION FAMILY PROGRAMS
Designed for All of Our Families, Young and Old
Temple B’nai Israel offers religious education for Pre-K through Bar/Bat Mitzvah and Confirmation. At our school, your child will experience small class sizes and a complete curriculum, including Hebrew with Prayers, Bible, Jewish Values/Ethics, and Customary Traditions of our Jewish Heritage as well as Israel, Synagogue Life, and Holidays.
Both Judaica studies and Hebrew classes are provided. In addition, Rabbi Friedman is available for tutoring and study.
We strive to give our students a strong foundation of Jewish knowledge. Furthermore, we provide a comprehensive education so children will always value their heritage and develop a life-long connection to Judaic practice. Our commitment is to convey an understanding of this shared responsibility for the future of the Jewish people in Israel and throughout the world.
Our classes begin on Sunday, September 12th and we invite you to enroll your children as soon as possible.
For All Adults of Every Religious Identity
Temple B'nai Israel's focus on education involves the adults in our community, too. Jewish traditions, various aspects of contemporary Judaism and a meaningful awareness of the Jewish holidays can be approached from many fascinating directions. That's why TBI offers an extensive series of classes members and non-members may enjoy. The goal is to provide a deeper understanding of Jewish principles that can be applied to daily life.
From thoughts on the Sabbath to interpretations of Jewish laws, Rabbi Edward Friedman has important insights that will keep you both informed and enlightened. His classes are designed to give you more of an in-depth appreciation of what it means to be Jewish today's world.
Contact us today and discover how you can participate in our ongoing adult education programs.
Open to the Public and Welcoming to All
Temple B'nai Israel offers Hebrew courses at basic, intermediate and advanced levels. These specialized classes are open to the entire local community. Additionally, they're intended for participants of all faiths, ages ten and up. (Please note: exceptions can be made for younger children who attend classes together with their parents.)
Each course is presented in twenty hours of classroom time. This is a great opportunity for parents and/or children to take their Hebrew skills to the next level while learning important facts about this wonderful and holy language.