Ruach Day, June 2012
A great day was had by all as we celebrated the last day of Beit Binah
, our religious school, and the start of the summer.
Religious education and family involvement at synagogue and at home reinforce each other in integrating Jewish values and traditions into a child’s life.
Our school program follows Conservative Judaism’s educational guidelines in accomplishing the following goals:
• To teach Jewish values as a way of life.
• To teach synagogue skills, including reading Hebrew and understanding the tefillot (prayers), in order to feel comfortable in the synagogue.
• To teach our history, cultural heritage, including contemporary Israel in order to foster Jewish identity and participation in the world Jewish community.
ATTENTION KOL SHOFAR COLLEGE KIDS
Let’s stay in touch
Send Kol Shofar your college contact information. We send you treats for Jewish holidays. Please email your name, address, cell phone and email address to firstname.lastname@example.org and please let me know if you are abroad for any of this year. Parents, you can send the info on your kid’s behalf. ~Shirley Ehrlich