Religious School

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What programs do we offer for your family?

Temple Anshe Sholom offers fantastic supplementary Jewish learning programs for pre-school, school aged children & teens.

Our registration is open now!

https://templeanshesholom.shulcloud.com/form/school22

Our goal for Jewish education at Temple Anshe Sholom is to foster a strong Jewish identity, in order to reinforce faith in God, love of Torah, and identification with Klal Israel, the Jewish people. We believe that Judaism meaningfully addresses the challenges and questions confronting the human spirit. Included in the mission of our Religious School is to help our students form bonds with other Jewish students and adults and to foster a true love of being a Jew. We believe Hebrew is essential for enabling the student to understand and participate in communal prayer and to promote a feeling of kinship with Jews around the world.

Our Programs & Times

 

Jk through Grade 7: Torah, Ethics, Traditions, Holidays, History & Hebrew Wednesday 4:30-6:15 PM and Saturday 9:15 AM-12:15 PM. Engaging Jewish learning for all. Our school year kicks off with a Family program on Saturday September 17 at 9:15am! Please visit our school website to register.

Age 1-4: Tot-Shabbat- A drop-in program for toddlers and their caregiver: Hebrew, songs, games, activities & Shabbat! Saturdays 11:00am-12:00pm. Our Tot-Shabbat drop-in program returns on September 24. No registration required, families are encouraged to attend when it works for you!

Grade 8-12: B’yachad- Making a Difference in my Community

Thursday 7:00-8:30pm, plus 1 additional day each month to volunteer with various organizations in our community. Our high school program is open to all Jewish teens interested in learning how to make positive impacts on themselves and their community. This is a GREAT opportunity for teens to learn about ways to support and help their community, make new friendships, and will include opportunities to volunteer with and learn about many of our local Jewish agencies (grade 8-12)

 

Please email Dora-Ann (dacellison@anshesholom.ca)if you would like more information & follow us on on Instagram & Facebook.

At Temple Anshe Sholom, we are continuing to plan engaging, exciting educational Jewish learning experiences…. 

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T.A.S. RELIGIOUS SCHOOL: What to expect?

The goal of Jewish education at Temple Anshe Sholom is the deepening of Jewish experience and knowledge, in order to strengthen faith in God, love of Torah, and identification with Klal Yisrael, the Jewish people. We believe that Judaism meaningfully addresses the challenges and questions confronting the human spirit. and only through knowledge can a Jew successfully seek these answers. This year, we are providing engaging learning experiences in a mix of in-person and virtual formats, in order to provide our students with the following:

Familiarity with Jewish sources, an appreciation of the Jewish calendar and life cycle, a deepened understanding of Jewish community, culture and heritage, and an awareness of our relationship with Israel and Jews around the world, as well as Hebrew instruction to enable students to understand and participate in communal prayer.

We invite you to join our 2022-2023

school family.

 

Classes begin on September 17, 2022:

Please complete our ONLINE registration as soon as possible!

https://templeanshesholom.shulcloud.com/form/school22

 

For more information, please email dacellison@anshesholom.ca

Dora-Ann Cohen Ellison

Director of Religious Education

Temple Anshe Sholom. 905-528-0121 ext. 30

 

Fun and Interactive Jewish Education… We Welcome All Families!

Generously supported as a Beneficiary School of the Hamilton Jewish Federation

 

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