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What does Lifelong Learning look like at TBT?

Temple B’nai Torah is a community dedicated to intergenerational and lifelong learning. We offer a wide variety of engaging learning opportunities for people of all ages. Jewish expression takes a variety of forms and we encourage each individual to find their own unique connection with Jewish tradition.

 

Tots

Our Tot Shabbat program for caregivers and children 0-5 celebrates Shabbat the first Friday of the month from 5:30pm - 6pm with singing, dancing, stories and blessings. We meet during the school year from September/October through May/June. Join Rabbi Molly, Josh Niehaus and Mazel Moose for our virtual "BimBamBaby! Solomike Shabbat" in partnership with PJ Library.

We also offer Pajama Havdalah programs throughout the year with stories, snacks, activities and havdalah.

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Kids

Our new Shabbat-based Religious School program offers opportunities for students and caregivers to see the world through a Jewish lens. We meet on Saturday mornings from 9:30am - 12pm and begin after the fall chaggim (holidays). Each year is filled with special events that translate Jewish learning into opportunities for Jewish celebration and growth.

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Teens

We are committed to supporting teens in their Jewish identity formation beyond b'mitzvah and through high school. Our 6th-8th grade program meets on Saturday mornings from 9:30am - 12pm. Our 9th-12th grade program meets roughly twice a month on Saturday afternoons from 12pm - 2pm. We also have an active youth group for 9th-12th graders (BTY) and proudly participate in NFTY, the North American Federation of Temple Youth.

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Adults

Adults can learn, connect and participate in a variety of educational and cultural opportunities including guest speakers, classes and outings.

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Employment Opportunities

Our religious school is seeking additional Saturday morning and weekday Hebrew teaching staff for the 2021-2022 school year. We are looking for creative, energetic individuals who can help our students engage in Jewish learning and living. Ideal candidates will be self-motivated, collaborative individuals with a passion for inspiring a love of Jewish learning. For more information and to apply, contact Director of Education, Rabbi Molly Weisel.



 

Mon, November 29 2021 25 Kislev 5782