B’nai Mitzvah Program
In Jewish tradition, a young person begins to take on the rights and responsibilities of an adult in the religious community at thirteen. “B’nai mitzvah”- children of the commandments generally takes place during a student’s 7th or 8th grade school year, about halfway through the arc of their Jewish education.
The B’nai Mitzvah program goes beyond the customary skills of Torah/Haftorah reading and prayer chanting. Through family education programs, Shabbat experiences, and mitzvah projects, our program offers your family a chance to feel the rhythm and depth of Jewish life.
Classes 1-5 meet at the Unitarian Universalist Church of the Desert.
Classes 6-7 meet on Zoom
Hebrew & religious school
9:45 AM -12:00 PM with snack and break time
11:30 AM – Family T’fillah
12:00 PM -1:15 PM – Midrasha Teen Program
Classes 6 and 7 are held via Zoom on Tuesday afternoons. 4:00 PM – to 5:15 PM
Jewish education never ends; we continue studying and learning until the end. At DOS, we offer a series of exciting courses in Jewish studies. The courses may be taken alone or as part of a specific goal.
We come together each Shabbat and delve into a portion of the Torah. Engagement in lively debate and discussion is encouraged. We share its relevance in our lives and share personal world views.
A vibrant environment where students learn about Jewish rituals, holidays, observances, and liturgy through a creative curriculum led by experienced teachers.
Children (ages 4-7) now have a place to grow, play, learn, and build Jewish friendships. Children will learn about their Jewish heritage, rituals, and prayers through art, song, and story.
Registration for classes
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