We are planning a series of virtual activities for our teens (and almost teens) who are
going into sixth grade through our current graduating high school seniors.
We will be providing you with information about opportunities
to connect with teens from across North America as they become known to us.
Programming areas include: Arts & Crafts, College Prep, Cooking, How To …, Israel Affairs, Kadima (5-8th grade), Leadership, Performing Arts, Religion/Education, Social Action/Tikun Olam, Talmud/Torah, Wellness, and more! Most sessions are included in the $99.00 flat-fee for six weeks of programming!
P.S. As New York State regulations continue to evolve regarding in person gatherings, it may be possible for us to run programs later this summer where we can be together in the real world. If those opportunities become feasible, we will be abiding by all regulations for social distancing, etc. Stay tuned!
Currently, during the COVID 19 pandemic gathering restrictions,
our staff is offering online programming.
If you are interested in participating please contact Administrator Nancy Pandolfo
Ohav Kulanu Jr leader Dan Scher,
Shorashim – Pre Schoolers – K
Shabbat and Holiday Programs for Preschoolers and their Families are led by our wonderful Bracha Louz, children’s musician and educator.
Shorashim, meets every Shabbat, beginning at approximately 11 a.m. with the Torah parade in the main sanctuary, followed by Shabbat, holiday and Torah-related songs, stories, games and prayer with Bracha.
Bracha will also celebrate with our young families on the High Holydays, Sukkot, Simchat Torah, Chanukah, Purim, Lag Ba’Omer and at other community events.
Monthly Shabbat service led by our dynamic educator and youth leader Dan Scher. Beginning at approximately 11AM with the Torah parade in the main sanctuary, the service continues in the small chapel with prayer, Torah activities and games with Dan.
Remaining dates for this year are: 4/11, 4/25, 5/9, 6/6, 6/13.
A stimulating monthly discussion-based program led in which teens have an opportunity to explore Jewish issues related to Torah, holidays, current events and their own life experience. Led by our talented educator Ruth Malka, the group generally meets the second Shabbat of each month beginning at 10:45 AM
Ruth Malka will oversee this monthly group where older school-age students gather for games, conversation and informal Jewish learning. Dates to follow
The Ohav youth group is back and programs are being planned with the help of our new advisors: Sarah Toledano for 6th and 7th and Emma Strumpf for 8th and 9th. Programs will be a combo of fun, food and friends with a little social action thrown in. We’ll join regional USY and Kadima events and do lots on our own, too. Parents, thanks in advance for being chauffeurs, chaperones and chefs (only as needed!) For more information, please contact email@example.com.
Ohav’s program that keeps our college-age students and young adults connected with Ohav and Jewish life through the delivery special packages to their college/home addresses. The cost per student/young adult is $65 for members and $75 for non-members. Members receive sign-up information in their high holy days packet over the summer.