What does Lifelong Learning look like at TBT?
Temple B’nai Torah is a community dedicated to Lifelong Learning. We seek greater Jewish involvement that is built on experience, study, and active questioning. Jewish expression takes a variety of forms and we encourage each individual to find their own unique connection with Jewish tradition. We offer a wide variety of engaging and social opportunities including our vibrant religious school for people of all ages. At TBT there is something for everyone!
Our Tot Shabbat program for parents and children 0-5 welcomes Shabbat with singing, dancing, stories, and blessings. We also offer Pajama Havdalah programs throughout the year with stories, snacks, activities and havdalah.
In our Sunday Religious School program (Grades preK-6) we help students to see the world through a Jewish lens. We also offer ways for parents to participate in their child’s education through family programs and holiday celebrations. Each year is filled with special events that translate Jewish learning into opportunities for Jewish celebration and growth.
We are committed to supporting teens in learning to make their own Jewish choices by continuing their Jewish education beyond religious school and b’nai mitzvah, through high school. 7th graders prepare for B’nai Mitzvah while also engaging in the significance of social justice and social action programs. Grades 8-12 participate in Mosaic, our twice a month lunch and learn program for teens. In addition, 10th graders participate in Confirmation. We have a 6/7 Junior Youth Group (JTY) and for grades 8-12 B’nai Torah Youth (BTY) and NFTY for grades 9-12 (regional and national youth programs).
Adults can learn, connect, and participate in a variety of educational and cultural opportunities including guest speakers, classes, and outings.