Learning is at the core of Jewish life. In Judaism, we truly know we have reached some learning when we realize how little we know. The ocean of Jewish history, text, tradition, ritual, literature, culture, art, law, and poetry stretches before us. We can enter at any point in our lives, no prior learning necessary.
Our learning program spans every age range. Our youngest children learn through our Young Families programming, including Punims and Tot Shabbat. As children enter school ages, they participate in Kehilat Limmud, our religious school. This program is on Sunday mornings from 9:30-12:00 pm, plus some time during the week studying Hebrew for our older students. This is also a part of our B’nai Mitzvah preparation, which includes Torah Corps and individual meetings with our clergy.
In middle school (grade 8) students enter Tamid, a varied and flexible program that includes both formal and informal learning options to meet the busy and diverse lives of our teen community. Tamid continues through 12th grade.
Our adults continue learning through our robust Lifelong Learning program.
Wherever you are in your Jewish learning, whatever your interests, we will meet you there. We can’t wait to learn with you.