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Youth & Family Programs
Synagogue-Wide Youth, and Family Programs
The programs below are open to all Adath Israel families with children.
Early Childhood (age 0-5)
Mini Minyan - Every Shabbat morning at 11:00 AM unless otherwise noted. Andi Joseph, the Musical Mommy, will join us at Mini Minyan on December 8, 2018; January 19, 2019; March 16, 2019; and May 4, 2019.
For more information, contact the Adath Israel School Office at 610-934-1920 or email Laurie Purcell.
Grade School (age 5 and up)
For more information, contact the Adath Israel School Office at 610-934-1920 or email Na'ama Yarden.
5th - 7th Grades
Beginning in the 2018-19 school year, we look forward to offering new programs for students in grades 5-7! Amy Shubert and Ofir Forman will serve as our youth programming coordinators.
Save the dates for our events:
Sunday, January 13, 2019
Saturday, March 23, 2019
Sunday, May 19, 2019
For more information, please contact Na'ama Yarden, Adath Israel's Director of Community Education, at 610-934-1912 at [email protected].
Rosh Chodesh - It's a Girl's Thing
Adath Israel has two active Rosh Chodesh groups, one for ninth grade and one for eleventh grade girls.
Rosh Hodesh is an experiential education program currently touching the lives of 3,500 girls across North America. The program uses Jewish teachings and practices — in a five-year cycle of curricular materials — to give girls a place to feel safe, articulate their deepest concerns, consider the impact of gender on their daily lives, have fun, and be ‘real’ with their peers. Rosh Chodesh is part of Moving Traditions, a nationally recognized pioneer in Jewish education.
For more information about Rosh Chodesh, please contact Na'ama Yarden at 610-934-1912 or [email protected].
The Lower Merion Area Hebrew High (LMAHH) was created to provide a weekly Jewish learning experience, bringing students from many synagogues (or no synagogue) together under one consolidated program. Joining together to create a positive social atmosphere for all students involved, we are also able to provide our students with a diversity of viewpoints from educators and rabbis across the Main Line and beyond. This program has been developed by the four Conservative synagogues in the area - Adath Israel, Congregation Beth Am Israel, Temple Beth Hillel-Beth El and Har Zion Temple - and is open to other interested congregations, as well as teens who are not currently members of a synagogue. For more information, click the link above or contact Norman Einhorn at [email protected] or 610-667-5000 ext. 150.