Temple Teen Night
Wednesdays, 6-8 p.m.
The Temple Teen Program is committed to teaching Reform Jewish values in a way that both deepens our relationships with Temple teens and, in turn, deepens their relationships with Judaism. Our curriculum is designed to go beyond the pediatric Judaism learned in Religious School and bridge the gap between childhood and adult learning. We also foster a strong connection between our students and our clergy.
Wednesdays, 7:30-8 p.m.
After class on Wednesdays, we provide the students a place to unwind, to hang out with their friends and get to know each other, and our clergy, a little better. Beit Café is that place.
At Beit Café, you can grab a bite to eat, schmooze with friends, clergy and various guest speakers, or simply work on your homework. Beit Café is a place where you can just be yourself.
OTYG is open to all youth in 9th-12th grade. The overall purpose is to instill Jewish identity and foster commitment to the ideals and values of Reform Judaism. These purposes are pursued in a framework which emphasizes the development of personal and leadership skills in a wholesome, social, fun Jewish environment.
OTYG is student-led and engages in social action, religious and cultural activities, and many social events.
Religious School Director
Director of Youth & Young Edult Engagement