Junior Youth Group

Students enrolled in 2nd through 7th grade are invited to participate in monthly informal activities following Sunday Religious School. This programming allows our students to get to know each other outside of the classroom.

 

Youth Choir

Students enrolled in 2nd through 7th Grade have the opportunity to join "The Shalom Singers" which meets on Sundays following Religious School. Students who participate will learn fun Jewish music and will get to show off their singing skills several times each year at Temple events and services.

 

In Home Havdalah

Each grade and their families are invited to attend an annual Havdalah and dinner program in the home of a fellow student. This will help the grade build relationships among students and families in the school.

 

Social Action

Our goal as a Temple is to not only preach G'milet Chasadim (Acts of Loving Kindness) but to be active participants in giving back to our people and community. Several times each year, we organize programming for our students following Religious School where they will learn about community service by doing!

 

Our Mission

Temple Oheb Shalom is a Reform Jewish congregation dedicated to nurturing future generations of Jews by sustaining and strengthening Jewish life through sacred experiences and lifelong learning. 

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